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Nomad

There were lines out the door for the Sydney chain's pastries and signature sausage rolls on opening weekend.
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The space features homey touches like pillowed bench seating and rustic beams.
Lots of fried foods like rice balls and mozzarella sandwiches paired with glasses of champage and lambrusco, a bubbly red wine.
There's 6,500 square feet inside and 3,100 square outside.
In the great NYC poké boom of 2016, this was one of the favorites of the pack.
Anyone who has made a quick caffeine pitstop in the Eternal City knows that to sip espresso in Rome typically means leaning against a small counter.
The oblong-shaped pies cook in under two minutes and diners have the option for unlimited toppings.
The invasion of slim residential skyscrapers—known as super-slenders—continues apace with a new luxury tower set to rise in Nomad.
The owners also claim it has the longest bar in the city.
Vertigo sufferers can avoid that section altogether, though a representative for the bar explained that the "glass was thicker than the concrete."
They'll mainly be offering salads and the power bowls that show no sign of slowing.
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