The NoMad Bar

New York, NY

Interior Design, Architecture

The NoMad Bar was designed as both its own distinct destination and a seamless extension of the attached NoMad Hotel. When purchased, the facade was almost unrecognizable from its original, late 19th century design. The design team worked to reverse time on the building, honoring its history in the restoration with a wood-paneled facade and a bay window taken from the building’s original design to reveal the space’s interior. Conceived as a restaurant with a tavern atmosphere, the space  draws influences from The NoMad Hotel’s French-inspired interiors with subtle nods through the use of marble mosaic floors, rich textures and colors, and Persian rugs. The main bar is two stories with a large arch backed by an antique mirror and flanked by custom millwork. The space is completed by the artwork inspired by the neighborhood, with photography captured by local photographer MacKenzie Rollins within two blocks of the area.


  • SBID Design Awards, The NoMad Bar, Best Club & Bar


  • Gold Key Awards, The NoMad Bar, Best Restaurant Casual Dining Winner



  • Gotham

    Friday September 15, 2017

    The NoMad Bar is the latest chicster watering hole, and for good reason: a glam interior by the design firm Stonehill & Taylor with a mirror bar, plush leather seating, ...