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NoMad Diner

Nestled in the heart of midtown Manhattan, NoMad Diner elevates diner classics and turns out craveable dishes that are equal parts comfort food and innovation. This is where avocado toast joins pancakes and omelets on the breakfast menu, and where everything from soups, salads, and sandwiches to bagels, burgers, and banana splits get a modern-day glow-up from Chef Fred Maurer and his team. 

A go-to day or night, NoMad Diner takes its inspiration from NYC’s eclectic neighborhoods and its rich culinary history. Curated cocktails, artisanal spirits, and natural wines round out the dining experience, making NoMad Diner an exciting destination and future favorite of the neighborhood.

Meet the Chef

From the Midwest to Midtown, NoMad Diner’s Chef Fred Maurer is an award-winning chef with experience at restaurants including BKLYN Larder, Braeburn, Perilla, and Bar Boulud. A graduate of the French Culinary Institute at the winner of the Star Chefs Rising Star NYC Award (2015), Maurer has built a name for himself in the charcuterie world, winning and award for his Parisian Ham and earning the moniker “Hot Dog Boyfriend” for his work as Chef Charcutier at Dickson’s Farmstand Meats. Maurer is originally from Wooster, Ohio, where he began his career as a dishwasher and sang musical theater and opera in the kitchen of a Greek pizza joint.