Photos: The Ned NoMad
Located in the Johnston Building, named after Caroline A Johnston, you will find the Ned Nomad, formerly the NoMad Hotel. The property includes Ned’s Club, a members only club, along with access to a rooftop bar and terrace restaurant.
Ned’s Club features space where members can eat, drink and relax, along with a stage showcasing live entertainment. Members will have access to the Club Bar and adjacent lounge.
On the first floor, visitors will find Cecconi's first Manhattan restaurant. The modern-day classic Italian restaurant serves handmade pasta, wood-oven pizza, seafood, and dishes from Northern Italy. Design details include a hand-chipped mosaic and terrazzo striped floor set against navy blue velvet banquettes, golden-yellow leather chairs, and a polished timber bar, inspired by classic mid-century Italian Trattorias. Cecconi’s is open to the public, with advance reservations for members and hotel guests only.
Opening later this summer will be Little Ned which will be accessible to members and hotel guests, while the mezzanine level is for members only. Little Ned has 1920s-style booth seating, with upholstery inspired by the former Banking Hall at The Ned London, and club chairs and burl wood tables on the mezzanine floor, with views of the Empire State Building
The Ned NoMad is located at 1170 Broadway, New York, NY (212) 722-0555
For more information, visit www.thened.com/nomad
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