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Nomad

78 Second Ave. (between E. 4th St. and E. 5th St.; 4, 5, 6 to Astor Place, F to Second Ave.), New York (East Village), NY 10003; 212-253-5410
www.nomadny.com
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The Delicious Deal
30% off dinner*
*Available for dine-in dinner Sun (1:30-10:30pm), Mon-Thurs (4-11pm), or Fri-Sat (4-11:30pm); minimum purchase: two appetizers per person or one entree per person; not valid on: happy hour or in combination with any other discounts or promotions; Visa and Mastercard are accepted but American Express is not accepted; reservations are highly recommended; please mention Passcode when making reservations; each BBE Passcode can only be redeemed once.

Must use your passcode by: Feb. 8, 2018
Time left to get your passcode: Expired on Dec. 8, 2017

Nomad’s entrance is on bustling Second Avenue, but stepping inside is entering into another world altogether. A cozy and romantic space welcomes you, with murals on the stucco walls, North African antiques and crafts, and pretty copper lamps. A hot-coal oven blazes in the corner.

Owners Salima and Mehenni Zebentout come from Algeria, and embrace the diverse culinary influences of North Africa. Moroccan, Berber, and French ingredients and techniques make for a well-rounded and delicious menu, full of both familiar flavors and innovative dishes.

Start with labne, thick strained yogurt sprinkled with fragrant za’atar and drizzled with a generous amount of peppery olive oil. There’s, of course, plenty of warm, toasty pita for dipping. There’s also something about that oven. Anything that comes out of it, from crispy calamari to flatbread pizzas—try the Nomad, topped with sharp melty Cheddar and portabello—is exceptional.

full menu

http://nomadny.com/Nomad-menu.html

menu musts

Labne
Nomad pizza
Merguez sandwich
Lamb tajine
view full menu here

hours

Sun–Fri 3 PM–11 PM; Sat 3 PM–midnight

price range for dinner entrées

$15 (merguez sandwich) to $23 (seafood couscous)


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