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Daniel Humm, Will Guidara to Open Fast-Casual Restaurant at World Trade Center Mall

Daniel Humm, Will Guidara to Open Fast-Casual Restaurant at World Trade Center Mall

Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm is joining the upscale fast-casual craze at Westfield Mall in Lower Manhattan

The new restaurant will be joining Eataly, Épicerie Boulud, and Marc Forgione’s Lobster Press at Westfield.

About a year ago, Eleven Madison Park’s owners Daniel Humm and Will Guidara announced they would be venturing out into the world of fast-casual dining. Now, more details of the coming restaurant have emerged: The still-unnamed restaurant will be located inside Westfield Mall in a 7,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of the 3 World Trade Center tower.

“We are still a long way out from opening and have ways to go in terms of developing/refining, etc.,” Guidara told The New York Times, but he said they were “so excited” about the location.

"We could not be more thrilled to team up with Westfield in this historic and remarkable location,” Humm said in a statement. “Bringing our food and hospitality into the Oculus at World Trade Center—an incredibly important and iconic addition to our city—is extremely humbling, we're so excited to be a part of it!"

The restaurant will open sometime in 2018.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


The world’s best restaurant just opened a cheaper outlet

It has been voted as the world’s #1 restaurant and has not one but three Michelin stars to its name. And now, New York’s Eleven Madison Park has a sister outlet that is serving similar fare, priced way cheaper, in the NoMad neighbourhood of Manhattan.

Made Nice, as the fast-casual eatery is called, specialises in quick, affordable fare, using recipes and techniques perfected at EMP and The NoMad, the two restaurants helmed by chef Daniel Humm and his business partner Will Guidara. The kitchen uses the same ingredients as those by both restaurants, while the dishes, too, are inspired by meals offered at the two places—think curry cauliflower, salmon rösti, and confit pork shoulder with grain and roasted carrots. While a tasting menu at EMP can set one back by US$295 (Rs19,000), the main-course items at Made Nice range between US$11 (Rs700) and US$15 (Rs1,000). The wait time for your order won’t exceed five minutes, making it ideal for a grab-and-go.

Made Nice is currently open only for lunch from 11am–3pm it is expected to commence dinner services soon. For details and reservations, visit the restaurant website.


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