Yeah, you read that right. Not in a hotel lobby restaurant but actually a regular old room.
Okay, so it’s not exactly a regular room but it’s pretty close. On December 5, Sushi By Boū will be opening their doors to a new omakase sushi experience in a clandestine room in Hotel 3232 in NoMad. Once checking in at the reception desk, you’ll be given a key to a secret room on the 10th floor of the hotel where an intimate, four seat sushi bar will be set up.
Over the course of the 17-piece meal (which lasts about one hour to experience), you’ll be able to take in the stellar views of the Empire State building. The suite is equipped with a year round, all weather terrace which will be stocked with a full bar and lounge chairs for you pre-dinner enjoyment.
You can check out more information on Sushi By Boū’s website.
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