Anita Gelato was started as a small Tel Aviv storefront by Nir and Adi Avital, and their mother, Anita, in 2002.
Aubi & Ramsa
Aubi & Ramsa serves liquor-infused ice cream and sorbet, made in small batches, using quality ingredients.
Healthy restaurant in New York, serving salads and bowls, avocado toast and smoothies and the world’s first Avocado Bar.
Bazar Tapas Bar and Restaurant
Bazar Tapas Bar and Restaurant serves up tasty contemporary Spanish cuisine.
Birch Coffee offers the finest coffee possible by overseeing the perfect cup from choice of bean to brewing.
Black Barn is an upscale farm-to-table restaurant serving American cuisine in a modern barn-inspired setting.
Little Japanese counter serves preparing sushi & rice bowls amid sea-blue lighting & ocean decor.
Cafe des Affiches at Poster House
Conclude your visit at the Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated exclusively to posters, with warm coffee, tea and pastries.
Cha Cha Matcha
Cha Cha Matcha surpasses the ordinary caffeine fix. It offers adventurous elixirs made with ceremonial-grade matcha that give the special pick-me-up nothing but Cha Cha Matcha can deliver.
Believing that everyone should have access to good food, Dig offers a delicious, affordable seasonal menu that is mindfully sourced from small-scale farms that use sustainable growing practices.
Eleven Madison Park
Eleven Madison Park offers award-winning fine dining at its most memorable. Experience masterfully prepared dishes in an eight-to-ten-course menu in the four story main dining room, which has the refined elegance of a dining lounge on a classic ocean-liner.
Hill Country Barbecue
Hill Country Barbecue takes its cue from the legendary meat-markets-turned-barbecue-joints of Central Texas and their distinctive dry-rub style.
A contemporary Lebanese restaurant offering inspired Mediterranean cuisine, Ilili blends modern and traditional Lebanese cuisine.
Inday serves dishes born from Indian tradition rooted in the belief that food should provide nourishment for your body and balance for your life.
Koloman is a contemporary French restaurant where Chef Markus Glocker blends Parisian creativity with Viennese tradition. It echoes the neighborhood buzz of Secessionist-era European cafes in an iconic NoMad location.
La Pecora Bianca
La Pecora Bianca (“The White Sheep” in Italian) ia s beautiful, relaxed restaurant offering vibrant Italian fare. Its menu emphasizes seasonal and local vegetables and authentic house-made pastas.
Intimate eatery spotlighting reimagined provisions with a Korean twist, plus a large wine list. Chef / Owner Sol Han was a 2023 James Beard semifinalist for Best Chef: New York State.
Located in the heart of NoMad, Maman’s cozy nomad space features one-of-a-kind antique furnishings, a romantic trellis ceiling, & an inviting and intimate atmosphere.
Danny Meyer’s Marta, in the Redbury Hotel, is a lively restaurant inspired by the rustic cooking of Rome and the season’s freshest local produce.
Mykonos Bleu serves traditional Greek cuisine that is as memorable as its city views. Patrons can expect fresh, natural, and bold flavors that evoke the islands of Greece. Located on top of the Hotel Hayden, it’s open breakfast through dinner.
Nubeluz by José Andrés is a lightbox in the sky, located at the top of The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad. Nubeluz offers modern interpretations of classic cocktails and small bites coupled with remarkable 270-degree views of the New York City skyline.
Ol’Days is a warm and welcoming all-day cafe that provides healthy, locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine.
Experience our plant-based Asian-inspired menu at PLANTA Queen, New York. Located in the heart of NoMad, PLANTA Queen opened to create delicious sushi, noodles, dumplings, cocktails, and more vegan Asian-inspired food that promotes environmental sustainability.
Ploume is an event venue and social club nestled below The Ivory Peacock. It can be booked privately and non-privately, both.
Chef Gomez has been studying and preparing ramen noodles for over twenty years and brings big, authentic flavors to every dish.
Eric Finkelstein and Matt Ross, the owners of Court Street Grocers, have opened the doors of S&P, a restaurant located in the former home of Eisenberg’s, one of Manhattan’s last old-school lunch counters that closed during the pandemic.
Shake Shack’s original shack started in NoMad’s Madison Square Park, serving tasty gourmet burgers, hot dogs, crinkle-cut fries, frozen custards, and of course shakes. Its instant popularity has had fans lining up daily ever since.
Tappo is best known for its remarkable thin-crust pizza (the thinnest of thin). Relaxed and friendly, it consistently serves mouthwatering high-quality pizzas, pastas, specialty sandwiches, and salads, with a nicely curated beer and wine list.
Tarallucci e Vino
Tarallucci e Vino’s casual elegance brings authentic Italian warmth, appeal, and cuisine to New York City. Dishes are inspired by greenmarket ingredients and include fresh pastas. House-made pastries exemplify Italian eating at its best.
The Churchill Tavern
The Churchill is a beautifully decorated, unique two-story space that provides a traditional English tavern atmosphere.
The Clocktower is a Michelin-star restaurant serving modern cuisine with an English flair. Located in The New York EDITION across from Madison Square Park, this gastronomic haven offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea, dinner, and desserts, plus classic and contemporary cocktails.
The Flatiron Room
The Flatiron Room has been recognized as a world famous destination for whisky enthusiasts, jazz lovers, foodies, and those seeking expertly crafted cocktails all in a relaxing atmosphere of warmth and comfort.
The Glass Ceiling NoMad
The Glass Ceiling is just that, a beautiful retractable glass ceiling sitting atop the city skyline.
The Smith is the wildly popular neighborhood restaurant known for excelling in simple foods that taste extraordinary – from the perfect steak and mouth-watering burgers and fries to Mac+Cheese and Pork Rib Chop and dishes created especially for its NoMad location.
The Vasper pays homage to a time in New York City, when the two martini lunch was the norm and cocktail culture was king. A time when fine dining was prepared elegance and cuisine was opulent. When architecture and design was simple, modern and clean.
Towa presents a modern version of Japanese cuisine at NoMad New York, by cooking umami, the taste loved by the locals, using traditional Japanese cooking methods.
Upland restaurant’s California-inspired cuisine is built around the seasons. Chef Justin Smillie’s menu combines a rustic approach with global sensibilities delivering deliciously memorable starters, entrees, and sides. Desserts from the pastry chef are neighborhood favorites.
Wafels & Dinges
Wafels & Dinges specialize in waffles, and specifically Belgian, Brussel, and Liege waffles.
Wagamama Japanese restaurant and noodle bar brings the fresh flavors of Asia to NoMad. Its ‘kaizen’ philosophy (meaning ‘good change’) shapes its continually changing menu, as offerings evolve and improve with the tastes of the times and seasons.