The NoMad Hotel

Row 1

1170 Broadway (at W 28th St)
New York, NY 10001
(212) 796-1500
Hotel, Roof Deck, Restaurant
Mon–Sun: 24 Hours

Foursquare Tips

  • 2013's Best New Restaurant winner astonishes with its all-in pursuit of luxury: radishes dipped like bonbons in shells of butter & roasted chicken w/ foie gras & truffles tucked beneath its skin.
  • Secret bottles of liquor in the books of the gorgeous library. Find them and they are yours.
  • It's a fine setting indeed for the cooking of Eleven Madison Park's chef Daniel Humm, who's crafting delights like whole roasted chicken for two with foie, black truffle and brioche
  • love it way back by the bar where you can't make out whether it's night or day. wifi: nomad1170.
  • Go to the library and have a drink, the lighting is perfect and this is the flyest room
  • The library is a sweet hang but the penthouse bar is even better and reserved for hotel guests. Eat the radishes!
  • The coolest hotel bar in Manhattan if you can get a table in The Library. The ros is "on tap" and you're set for the summer. - Jon Marcus, Hunting Season
  • Bathrooms downstairs. Fortresses of solitude.
  • Eleven Madison Park's chef and manager, open this hotly anticipated restaurant. Expect la carte ordering, an antique marble fireplace, dessert trolley and an $88 bronzed chicken for two.
  • One of the nicest hotels in Manhattan
  • bone marrow with parsley shallots and anchovy, suckling pig confit with dried apricots onions and wild greens
  • Go get your swank on at Daniel Humm and Will Guidaras new project. The hotel is beautiful, the dining room is lively and we could eat a bucketful of the butter-dipped radishes.
  • Go in with a tshirt. Then confidently walk through the dining area and into the bar. Order an old fashioned and watch the ladies with boring business boyfriends swoon over your urban facade. It works.
  • This new, yet classically elegant hotel draws in crowds not only for the top notch accommodations, but the famous chicken for two at the restaurant downstairs, and the gorgeous lobby bar.
  • Goodness. Ask for the Dark and Stormy. It's been taken off the drink menu but by far the best experience in beverage. DO IT!
  • Request a room with a view of the Empire State Building and a clawfoot tub!
  • Gluten-free friendly. They get their GF bread from the Brooklyn bakery 'Everybody Eats' (arguably the best GF bread in the city, if not the world.) Suckling pig & the poached eggs w/ quinoa are tops.
  • "New York hotels used to be famous for their barselegant places where the chemists behind the stick took pride in their mastery. That changed. In recent decades, they've become overdecorated..."
  • Lookin' for a strong drink? Ward 8 :s
  • Helps to be a guest if you want to jump the line for the Library.