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Review of The NoMad Bar

The NoMad Bar
Ranked #121 of 15,870 Restaurants in New York City
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Bar, Gastropub
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Neighbourhood: NoMad
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

Went for a drink. Ended up staying for dinner too. Food and drinks and staff were awesome. I will be going back.

Thank 580gleng
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Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile

Great spot for a predinner drink. Nice bar with different seating options. Good selection of cocktails and wine by the glass.

Thank karenchiasson
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Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile

Needed a cold beer when we came across this bar, really dark but looked nice, the bar staff were all dressed nicely.
We asked for 2 beers but they don't serve lagers but offered us Pilsner which they said was similar. It was not, it tasted awful, i had to force it down. It wasn't a full pint and it cost $11 each which is outrageous.
Such a pretentious bar with awful overpriced drinks, DON'T GO

Thank M_Tina_M
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

Can have drinks in the "Library" or in the "Elephant Bar". The drink/cocktail selections are very clever and the taste mix is very inspired. Located in the back of the NoMad Hotel Lobby

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Thank Cymcym
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Reviewed 16 May 2018

We recently visited NYC and enjoyed a late lunch a the NoMad Bar at 28th Street and Broadway.

This is a place that has been long recommended by those who post on the TripAdvisor New York City forum for their dry-aged burgers. As such, we made point to include a lunch here along with the likes of Minetta Tavern and Gramercy Tavern during this particular trip to New York.

The NoMad Bar is walk-in only. We arrived around 2pm on a weekday and were seated immediately. Atmosphere is very nice, dark brown walls, a beautiful bar counter area and nice wooden booths with fair lighting. Service was attentive and timely throughout our meal.

Having a bit of a reputation for their cocktails, we tried a couple of their signature drinks, finding them very sweet and friendly. I enjoyed the En Maison, NoMad's take of an Old-Fashioned best. This was a smooth blend of Japanese whisky and rye. Cocktail drinks at NoMad were tasty but somewhat enjoyed less to those at Gramercy Tavern the following day.

As indicated, for food we ordered the dry-aged burgers at NoMad Bar. Ordered medium-rare, ours were served up medium rare to medium and the other just medium temperature. We much preferred the medium-rare to medium burger which, for obvious reasons, was able to preserve the nature flavours of the dry-aged beef. The patty gave off slight truffle aroma and taste and was very good to eat. The medium burger was still quite good as well, even if overgrilled.

While these were good burgers, we enjoyed them less than the 'special' Black Label burger at Minetta Tavern as well as the burger tried at Gramercy Tavern. Fries served with the NoMad burgers were better than those at Minetta Tavern.

In the end, NoMad Bar is a very nice spot for lunch in Manhattan. We'd have no problem eating here again during future visits to NYC but would target the other two taverns mentioned above first - at least for the burgers.

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Thank BradJill
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