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The Library at The NoMad in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
No Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee espresso, cold brew
Tea Green, black, herbal
Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food baked goods, brunch, full menu
Seating Capacity 40
Keywords Group Friendly, Alcohol
Web www.thenomadhotel.com/#/dining/librar  

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This is a fancy dark public cafe and library in the back of the Nomad Hotel. Walk in the doors on the first floor lobby and through the restaurant to the bar in the back, then turn left. There's a curated collection of books on different topics. You will be greeted by a waiter; the space is full-service. Intelligentsia espresso and cold brew, and a decent selection of teas, as well as a few baked goods. They also have a full menu. Antique leather chairs and couches, small knee-high tables and two normal-height tables. It's fairly quiet, but sometimes they play music and it gets up to average level. It was half-full of hotel customers when I was there, but I don't think the public knows about it at all.


  • The Library is closed to the public after 4pm only available to guest.

  • Love this place. So peaceful.

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