No doubt about it: New York City is a foodie paradise. From ubiquitous neighborhood diners to posh, upscale trendsetters, there truly is something for every taste and palate in the Big Apple. Visitors can explore some of the most intriguing creations from the East 80s to Chinatown. NOMO SOHO is home to the freshly redesigned NOMO Kitchen, specializing in New American cuisine. Explore our innovative menu in stylish, low-key surroundings, perfect for a number of occasions, from a group celebration, romantic dinner or business luncheon. Executive Chef N. Salaam puts a new twist on classic dishes like the Kale Caesar Salad and crispy Cauliflower Tempura. Intriguing concept plates like the Wagyu Flatiron Steak and Truffle Flat Bread are absolutely delicious. We offer gluten free and vegetarian options. The beverage menu features a robust list of domestic and international wine varietals, plus specialty cocktails and draught and bottled beers. The kitchen is open daily from 7am to 11pm. Our lounge, the Library Bar, opens at 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday. If you want to explore some of the dining options in our SoHo neighborhood, Charlie Bird at 5 King Street, offers pastas and main courses running the gamut from Spaghetti Cacio E Pepe to Tuscan Chicken Liver. The atmosphere is hip and trendy, and you’ll see plenty of beautiful people. The Dutch, 131 Sullivan Street, is another fashionable SoHo destination serving lunch and dinner, plus a late night menu. Personally, we’d start with the Eggplant Dip with Crackers, and follow it with Hot Fried Chicken, Honey Butter Biscuits and Slaw.