September 14, 2020 / by Keith Gordon
Rooftop Dining In NoMad Is Better Than Ever
New Yorkers know there’s nothing like dining al fresco high above the city streets. And rooftop dining in NoMad is better than ever. Now, NoMad offers a variety of unrivaled rooftop dining experiences.
The Rooftop at The NoMad Hotel Opens
Foodies have a spectacular new place to enjoy the best in outdoor dining. The NoMad Hotel, located in NoMad at 1170 Broadway at 28th Street is opening its latest venue, the The Rooftop at the NoMad.
The Rooftop at the NoMad has cleverly recreated the unique look of the hotel’s iconic interiors in this gorgeous outdoor space. The space is luxuriously tented and draped, replete with multiple chandeliers and lanterns hung from on high. Elegant black and gold damask-covered chairs and Persian rugs provide an indoor feel. But the fresh air and unobstructed views of Manhattan let you know you’re unmistakably outside. Other details like tufted leather banquettes, leather and wood screens, and potted palms in over-sized ceramic pots add to the turn-of-the-century inspired décor.
The Rooftop at the NoMad is open every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with offerings by Chef Michael Reilly & Abram Bissell. Kick off your outdoor occasion with one its signature NoMad cocktails – the Nod to Nothing (a gin gimlet with floral notes) is a favorite. Then, try the Fisher Island oysters, prawn cocktail, or caviar. Or go straight for the NoMad Chicken Dinner complete with black truffle & foie gras stuffing and “all the fixings.”
You’ll want to make a reservation, as this venue will surely be in high demand. Due to limited seating capacity, reservations are currently limited to 2 hours.
Serra Fiorita by Birreria
Serre Fiorita by Birreria is a seasonal rooftop restaurant located at 200 Fifth Avenue, atop Eataly in the southern end of NoMad. Fourteen stories above the street, it serves memorable food and libations from its beautiful “flowering greenhouse.”
Serra Fiorita offers a rustic menu inspired by the Italian countryside. Fresh ingredients are sourced locally and from Italy’s best producers. Any of the Fritto and Antipasti make a delicious starter. Menu highlights include the Maiale alla Milanese, a bone-in Autumn harvest pork chop and the Polpo e Fagiolini, grilled octopus with Romano and pole beans.
Serra Fiorita is open Monday–Friday, 5pm-9pm and Saturday–Sunday from 11:30pm-9pm. Be sure to book a table ahead of time.
Mondrian Terrace, the rooftop bar at 444 Park Avenue South, is open for socially distanced cocktailing and tasty bites. Its breathtaking Manhattan views and artisanal cocktails are sure to impress.
The Terrace is open 5:00PM-11:00PM, Tuesday–Thursday, 4pm-9pm and Friday–Saturday, 4pm-10pm. It’s best to make reservations, as space is limited.
There’s so much to appreciate about New York City, including its food, drink, hospitality, and views. Elevate your mood and your experience – enjoy rooftop dining in NoMad.