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The bar and tables at NoMad Diner.

NoMad Diner


Midtown East

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight DinnerBreakfastBrunch
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NoMad Diner is a diner in the same way that a creative director in Carhartt work pants is licensed to operate a backhoe. This restaurant serves gussied-up takes on classic Americana dishes in a mirror-accented space inside the Arlo NoMad Hotel lobby. The disco fries are more like contemporary-jazz fries, reimagined with gournay cheese and chives, and the deviled eggs arrive bejeweled with trout roe on a dainty paper doily.

The only thing more surreal than a $15 hot dog is a $15 hot dog we’d gladly order again: The Arlo Dog is delicious, served with an avalanche of crispy fried shallots, kimchi, and kewpie mayo on a buttery brioche bun. And if you needed any more proof that this wasn’t your average mom-and-pop luncheonette, consider that a Diet Coke will run you $5 here—sorry, no free refills.

Food spread at NoMad Diner.

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