Hours & Location
Daily: 5 PM - 10 PM
THE BAZAAR BAR
Sunday - Wednesday: 4 PM - 12 AM
Thursday - Saturday: 4 PM - 1 AM
The Bazaar is a culinary journey 400 years in the making. Inspired by a group of samurai who sailed from Japan to Spain for an audience with the king, Chef José Andrés takes guests through the two cultures’ deep respect for ingredients and dedication to technique. Start your experience at The Bazaar Bar downstairs before voyaging up to the main dining room—a warm and theatrical culmination set within The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad.
Spain Meets Japan
The Bazaar pays homage to José’s Spanish roots and inventive style led by a respect for both Spanish and Japanese techniques and flavors. To bring to life the kindred and disparate cooking traditions, the menu offers side-by-side preparations showcasing the Japanese robata grill (“konro”) and the Spanish Josper oven grill with Ibérico pork cooked over the robata and Japanese wagyu cooked using the Josper.
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED
Beverage at The Bazaar takes Japan through the Iberian Peninsula with a robust offering of shōchū and sake, Japanese spirits such as whisky and gin, as well as a focus on Spanish wines, and Japanese winemakers from around the world. Conclude your meal with fine Japanese loose-leaf teas brewed to precision.
We respectfully ask our guests to dress in dinner-appropriate attire, sophisticated and chic. We regret that the wearing of athletic wear, t-shirts, baseball hats, flip flops, large logos, and overly distressed or revealing clothing is not permitted. Guests who do not adhere to these guidelines may be asked to modify their attire or to return at another time.