PLAN DATE: SUN / AUG. 5
If you’re a fan of thin-crust pizza, let us introduce you to Lombardi’s, the king of thin crust. Enjoy a slice of history from the landmark restaurant that established itself as the first pizzeria in the United States. Still operating out of its original location, dine on signature pies like the Buddy’s Cake Boss Special made with fresh mozzarella, tomato sauce, prosciutto, arugula, romano, and basil. Once you’ve satisfied your appetite, continue your Soho adventure by heading a few blocks over to the Nomo Soho Hotel.
You won’t find much about Tiki Bar @ Nomo Soho online, but that’s what makes this late night spot so intriguing. What was once home to Mister H (remember that famous neon sign?) is now home to an intimate tropical lounge that will have you dancing the night away. We don’t want to reveal too much, but we will say spending the night swaying under their famous disco ball is a great way to close the weekend.
32 Spring Street, Manhattan
idk tip: Lombardi’s was established in 1905, making it the first pizzeria to establish itself in the entire country.
Tiki Bar @ Nomo Soho
NOMO SOHO, 9 Crosby Street, Manhattan
idk tip: Make sure to swing around the hotel’s main entrance to take a photo under the gorgeous green entryway.