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Oh, hi, Empire State Building. Hello, NYC’s best food. A stay at Arlo NoMad puts you in the heart of Manhattan, with easy access to everything New York City is famous for.

The NoMad neighborhood of Midtown New York is an ever-evolving area that is home to the city’s red-hot culinary scene and a range of boutiques from big names to up-and-comers. Step outside the hotel on 31st Street and whichever direction you turn, you’ll find iconic and unique New York experiences. Grab a bite and try some karaoke in Koreatown. Scope out the architectural icons that line the streets around leafy Madison Square Park. Find your local stride in Union Square, and enjoy access to the east and west, uptown and downtown.

The infamous sights of Midtown and Times Square are a short walk, car or subway ride away, and it’s also easy to reach Hudson Yards, Madison Square Garden and the High Line from here in NoMad.

Take your business meeting amid the hustle and bustle. Roam, shop and explore. And when your day is done, we’ll be waiting for you here at your NoMad homebase, the perfect spot to take five and reflect on everything you just discovered.

  • Chaps & Co

    Chaps & Co Barbershop is a male grooming company offering bespoke men’s haircuts and beard trims. 

  • Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar

    Wine? Chocolate? Say less. The fusion food here is delightful. Here’s some of our recommended bites: Crisp Baby Shrimp Dumplings and the Angry Chicken Lollipops.

  • Pennsylvania 6 NYC

    The feeling of Old New York and a new taste of classic American dining. Tasty raw bar and seafood.

  • Press Club Grill

    Nestled at the lively intersection of Nomad and Herald Square, The Press Club Grill evokes the captivating ambiance of New York City’s iconic Mad Men era. Some bites recommended by our team include: The PCG Lobster Roll and Challah French Toast!

  • tth Vintage Boutique

    Vintage clothes meet cause at this local thrift store. Why we love it? Not only are these sustainable and repurposed clothes sweet but the boutique serves as a job training program for homeless moms. Awesome.

  • Flatiron Room

    Fine whiskey and fine, live music. Two things that go hand in hand, glass and mic. Why we love it? The whiskey. And the music & ambiance too.

  • Dover Street Market

    This hip, sprawling showcase features high-end clothing and fashion forward displays, plus a gourmet cafe. Why we love it? It’s one-of-a-kind, truly, a discovery moment in the city.

  • Gyu Kaku

    This Japanese-inspired yakiniku (grilled barbecue) dining experience is one of a kind. Why we love it? Premium meats are cooked over a flaming charcoal grill & Japanese sake, shochu, and Sapporo are plentiful. It’s yakiniku perfection.

  • Cask

    Hand-drawn cask ales, craft brews & cocktails, as well as fantastic food. Why we love it? Our General Manager won’t go anywhere else. Well, he will but he’s from Ireland, so he loves the reclaimed wood & weathered brick & so do we.


    Seasonal, rustic fare meets a modern farmhouse atmosphere. Why we love it? It’s local, artisanal, approachable, and in a beautiful barn in the middle of NYC.