Daniel Humm and Will Guidara, the duo behind New York City’s Eleven Madison Park, announced plans for a fast casual restaurant in 2016.
The counter-service concept, located on West 28th Street in Manhattan, will be called Made Nice and carry over some of the staff, including sous chef Danny DiStefano, from the famed Flatiron District restaurant, which holds three Michelin stars and annually cracks the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
Stonehill & Taylor, the architecture and design firm responsible for NoMad—Humm and Guidara’s other restaurant—will design the space. Meals at Made Nice will cost $10 to $15, with dishes focusing on seasonal vegetables, grains, proteins, and starches. The restaurant will also be financed by Humm and Guidara, a first for both restaurateurs.
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