The newly renovated restaurant at the held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, attended by local officials, residents and hotel workers.
NoMa Social—NoMa means North of Manhattan—was designed to bring a little Manhattan chic to the Queen City, said Food and Beverage Director Colby Brock.
The revamped menu was created by Executive Chef Bill Rosenberg, a Culinary Institute of America graduate and former executive chef of F.I.S.H. Restaurant and Two Moon in Port Chester.Let Patch save you time. Get great local stories just like this delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Fast signup here.
The Mediterranean menu provides a wide selection of small plates for sharing including a potato tortilla with sour cream and chives; garlicky beans and meatballs prepared with veal, ricotta and tomato-roasted pepper ragu.
The dinner entrees include Rosenberg's signature Mediterranean dishes, such as chicken Scarpariello, a free-range chicken prepared with hot cherry peppers, toasetd garlic, white wine, fresh lemon juice and parsley butter over roasted potatoes; and Pulpo a la Plancha—grilled octopus—which is served with potato puree, herbs, olive oil and roasted crushed Marcona almonds.