This Halloween was extraordinary. Downtown at the fabulous NOMO SOHO one of the hottest parties in town took place.
The wonderful PULSD sold tickets at the special sold-out event for Veuve Clicquot’s annual Yelloween celebration.
The Great Gatsby themed soiree had hundreds of dapper guests enjoying the spooky night in a delightful way with Veuve Clicquot and top-shelf drinks flowing as delicious hors d’oeuvres from the famous NOMO Kitchen were served.
“The menu was themed after what people were eating during the time of Great Gatsby,” said Executive Chef N. Salaam. “This is a fun night and people are having a great time.”
Items included such amazing selections as Deviled Eggs, Smoked-Twice Baked Potatoes and mini-meatballs.
Chandeliers hanging in the elaborate mansion sparkled and swung in the room as the costumed crowd danced the night away.
“I am so happy I came here tonight,” said guest Sam Gonzalez. “There are so many things to do in New York City on Halloween, but this really is the best.”
With an alluring fusion of vintage and cutting-edge decor, NOMO SOHO provides luxury accommodations amid the beating soul of Manhattan’s SoHo district. Shaped by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz’ provocative design based on Jean Cocteau’s 1946 French film “La Belle et la Bête,” the New York City hotel maintains the cast-iron and cobblestone authenticity of SoHo, while celebrating the fashion and culture of the digital age.
NOMO SOHO features stunning rooms and balcony suites with open layouts, lavish amenities, and 10-foot windows that peer over the skyline.