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Whether it’s Michael Anthony’s legendary Gramercy Tavern or Tom Colicchio’s Craft — the culinary choices are endless.
Of course, Eleven Madison Park sparkles with its Art Deco interiors and its three Michelin stars.


Legendary hotelier Ian Schrager lends his passion for distinctive design and internationally acclaimed
hospitality to this ‘next generation urban resort’. Located just steps from your front door in the MetLife Clock Tower Building.


Pioneer of the neighborhood — the Nomad Hotel takes cues from the classic grand hotels of Europe while exuding an undeniable New York character.
Its opulent Parisian-inspired, gilded design presents a posh setting for an elegant dinner in The Atrium or a cocktail at the award-winning NoMad Bar.


Discover a new chapter in socializing in this inviting, two-level literary setting where light fare and finger foods are served alongside tea, wine and cocktails.
Extensive volumes on a variety of intoxicating topics – such as New York City, Music and Cocktails – are available for you to peruse and savor.

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Mario Batali’s elevated Italian food megastore experience offers a taste of everything including a rooftop
restaurant and microbrewery, expert instruction on gnocchi making and even a Bocce Fest.

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Maison Kitsune

High-end Parisian style is right around the corner. Maison Kitsune offers a global take on modern luxury energized by fashion and music.
Considered the “it-brand” and one of the chicest stores in France — Maison Kitsune is a perfect fit for this vibrant and internationally appealing area.


From haute cuisine to hot dogs, there’s a noteworthy nosh for every palate in this food-lover’s neighborhood. Located in the heart of
Madison Square Park, this world-renowned, modern day burger stand is famous for delectable burgers, fries, hot dogs, frozen custard and more.

Rizzoli Bookstore

Conveniently located across the street from 212 Fifth Avenue – New York’s most beloved bookstore, with its beautifully produced volumes on art,
design, fashion, literature and more – joins the cultivated community and cements NOMAD as a leading cultural neighborhood.

The Landmarked Neighborhood

Officially recognized by the Landmarks Preservation Committee on June 26, 2001 — the Madison Square North
Historic District boasts approximately 96 buildings of noteworthy architectural significance. Seen above is the Appellate Courthouse built in 1899.