Mamma Guidara's

Mamma Guidara's Is Back for the Season

The Nomad Bar's Pop-Up Italian Sunday Supper Will Not Let You Down

By Ilana Dadras ·

Right in time for fall, the Italian-American Sunday dinner pop-up at The Nomad Bar is back. 

In case you missed it last year, Mamma Guidara's is a family-style four-course meal that pays homage to the now-defunct NYC institution that was Mamma Leone's. You can find it at the NoMad Bar every Sunday—hard to miss a full on Italian feast complete with red checkered tablecloths, wax-covered wine bottles, wheels of cheese and candles. 

The prix fixe comes with a few classic starters like antipasti and fritto misto, and then you've got to make some choices: chicken parm or osso bucco, cacio e pepe with truffles or linguine with clams... have a look at all their offerings right here, then check out where it's going down, below. 

Sundays, 5pm-10pm, $68, The NoMad Bar, 1170 Broadway (at W 28th), reservations available by calling 347-472-5660

Ilana Dadras

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.


Mamma Guidara's
at The NoMad Bar
1170 Broadway
(at W 28th)
New York, NY, 10003


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