NoMo SoHo recently announced the return of Rose Garden as well as the introduction of two new event spaces, The Penthouse and Nina’s.
Last year, NoMo SoHo introduced its newest dining experience called Rose Garden, offering a serene romantic terrace set just outside NoMo Kitchen. Rose Garden is scheduled to return spring 2023, providing guests a scenic spot to enjoy craft cocktails and small plates on weekday afternoons.
Rose Garden is decorated with evergreen pink roses, creating a garden dining experience in the city just in time to enjoy warm weather and sunshine. Guests are invited to enjoy a new menu of dishes reflecting the mosaic of cultures surrounding the SoHo neighborhood.
As a top destination for New York City events, NoMo SoHo recently introduced two additional event spaces available for events starting in 2023. The Penthouse, on top of the tallest building in SoHo, features floor-to-ceiling windows boasting unparalleled views of New York City’s skyline. On either side of the venue is an outdoor terrace for extra event space. Ideal for dinner parties, micro-weddings and cocktail hours, the space fits up to 120 guests.
On the ground floor lies Nina’s, a 1,300-square-foot lounge area features a bar, V.I.P. room and intimate seating areas. The room is perfect for cocktail parties, birthday parties or company events, with space for up to 150 attendees. Nina’s is also home to a rotating art display, currently showcasing work from New York-based artist Gazoo to the Moon’s Open the Gates collection.
“NoMo SoHo had an incredible 2022 and we’re thrilled to continue that momentum into this new year,” said Patrick Lacassagne, general manager, NoMo SoHo. “With an exciting new vision for the NoMo Kitchen menu, the upcoming return of the Rose Garden and two incredible new event spaces, it is sure to be another fantastic year at this one-of-a-kind hotel.”
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