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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.

Employees Only

Inventive drinks are poured at this retro-looking, Prohibition-style bar.

(212) 242-3021


Blind Barber Speakeasy

Daytime haircuts & drinks in the front room morph into a lively back-room cocktail bar at night.

(212) 228-2123



Modern Mexican by Mexico City Chef Enrique Olvera.

(212) 913-9659

12:00–2:30PM, 5:30–11:00PM

The Smith

NoMad area Restaurant & Bar with straightforward fare highlighting local, natural and sustainable foods.

(212) 685-4500


Corner Bistro

West Village staple offers range of cheap beers, famous burgers till the wee hours daily.

(212) 242-9502



A fitness and spa facility aimed at a total wellbeing experience.

(212) 561-6470

Mon, Wed, Fri: 7:00am – 9:00pm Tues + Thurs: 6:00am – 9:00pm Sat + Sun: 8:00am – 9:00pm

Soju Haus

Classic Korean paired with Soju and other Korean liquors.

(212) 213-2177


The Ship

Downstairs bar by Little Branch & PDT alums for classic & new drinks plus small plates.

(212) 219-8496



Theatrical evocation of Paris featuring bistro food & high-energy atmospherics from a chic crowd.

(212) 929-4844


Stonewall Inn

Gay bar & National Historic Landmark, site of the 1969 riots that launched the gay rights movement.

(212) 488-2705


The Ear Inn

Beers & bar bites are on the menu at this popular joint in a landmarked, circa-1817 building.

(212) 226-9060



Atmospheric tavern beneath Chelsea Market with creative cocktails, salvaged decor & DJs.

(212) 206-0000