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Our Tip Daniel Humm (Eleven Madison Park) knocks it out of the park with this comparatively casual, flawlessly executed restaurant. Must-haves: Poached egg, chicken, and lemon shortbread dessert.
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NoMad: Daniel Humm Lets His Hair Down

NoMad: Daniel Humm Lets His Hair Down

It's hard to imagine a restaurant more eagerly anticipated than The Nomad. Because it's hard to imagine a more celebrated chef than the man behind it, Daniel Humm. The Swiss-born chef has racked up just about every top accolade in the business for his work at Eleven Madison Park: three Michelin stars, four stars in the New York Times, a James Beard award for Best Chef: NYC—the list goes on. Humm and partner Will Guidara purchased Eleven Madison from Danny Meyer last year, and opened NoMad, a more accessible counterpart, last month. Humm tells us that his second restaurant is certainly derived from his work at Eleven Madison, but intentionally brought down to earth; "our food, but maybe not plated with tweezers."

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More

Once a week or so, the question pops up in the New York talk boards: "I'm coming to the city for two days. Where should I eat?" It's a question so open-ended that it's tough to answer. But our fair city has so many visitors that we figured it was high time to put out a little guide. So here's our guide to eating in New York: whether you're traveling solo or traveling with kids, up for adventuring or not leaving Midtown.

10 Manhattan Restaurants With Great Cocktails

10 Manhattan Restaurants With Great Cocktails

There's no shortage of first-class cocktail bars in Manhattan. But increasingly, some of the best drinks in town come from the bars of restaurants. Here are our 10 favorite restaurant bars of late, with drinks the equal of any dedicated cocktail bar in town.

A Lemon Tart Like No Other at the NoMad

A Lemon Tart Like No Other at the NoMad

On first glance, the tart appears to be surrounded by a thin, shiny layer of caramel or mousse. In fact, the covering is made of shortbread. Read on to see how it's made.

Where To Drink Near Tourist Destinations in NYC

Where To Drink Near Tourist Destinations in NYC

As the holidays approach, Manhattan's major attractions draw bigger crowds than ever. And what does just about everyone need after a long day of sightseeing or holiday shopping? A drink. Here are our favorite drinking destinations near major tourist attractions.