NoMo SoHo Unveils Two New Private Event Spaces

NoMo SoHo in New York City has introduced two new event spaces: The Penthouse and Nina’s. The hotel has also welcomed Executive Chef Evan Bergman into NoMo Kitchen.

The Penthouse, on the top floor of the tallest building in SoHo, is a 1,170-square-foot venue with floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing panoramic views of the New York City skyline. On either side of the Penthouse is an outdoor terrace providing 1,100 additional square feet of event space. Ideal for dinner parties, micro-weddings and cocktail hours, the space accommodates up to 120 guests, allowing a variety of configurations, all of which place attendees in a singular venue high above the city.

On the ground floor of the hotel is Nina’s, a 1,300-square-foot lounge area outfitted with a bar, VIP room and intimate seating areas. The room is conducive for cocktail parties or company events, with space for up to 150 attendees to enjoy the speakeasy-like space. Nina’s is home to a rotating art display, currently showcasing the works of New York-based artist Gazoo to the Moon’s “Open the Gates” collection.

Under Executive Chef Evan Bergman's direction, NoMo Kitchen’s menu has expanded to include seasonal and locally sourced dishes. Guests will find additional meat-free menu options with sustainable choices including the new jackfruit tacos and a chickpea burger, among other environmentally conscious choices. NoMo Kitchen will continue to serve rustic American cuisine with global influences in a vibrant greenhouse setting for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. Home to the recognizable “Lovewall” mural by U.K. street artist James Goldcrown and serving handcrafted cocktails, the eatery offers a combination of great food, drinks and ambiance.

Last year NoMo SoHo introduced its newest dining experience: The Rose Garden, a serene, romantic terrace set just outside of NoMo Kitchen. The Rose Garden will return in spring 2023, giving guests a scenic spot to enjoy craft cocktails and small plates on weekday afternoons. The space is decorated with evergreen pink roses, creating a city garden dining experience to complement the warm weather and sunshine. Guests can enjoy a refreshed menu of dishes reflecting the mosaic of cultures surrounding the SoHo neighborhood, from Chinatown to Little Paris to Little Italy.

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