Take a look inside NoMad Restaurant, the new restaurant from the Sydell Group partnership with 2017 World’s Best Restaurant winners chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara.
Inside, more than 20,000 volumes of books line the shelves of the three-story library that took its inspiration from the Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro, known for housing the largest collection of Portuguese texts. Curious diners can even find the personal collection from the late philanthropist David Rockefeller, purchased at auction.
Imported from the New York original, a spiral staircase, as well as a fireplace, an antique carved wood mantle imported from France, and a set of custom three-tiered chandeliers by London’s Dernier-Hamlyn.
Bordeaux velvet gives the room an elegant feeling, covering the chairs and banquets, while pops of emerald, amber, and mahogany liven the space with its parquet floors.
Diners can stop by the Parlor for cocktails before dining, order from a handsome bar inside the restaurant, or book the Cellar, the restaurant’s private dining room.
The look complements its sister restaurant NoMad Bar’s vibe across the hallway.
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