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Noma's Final Reservations Are Nearly Gone, but There's Hope

108 is open, and the team is working on Noma 2.0
Noma's Final Reservations Are Sold Out
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For those who have always dreamed of dining at new Nordic pioneer Noma, today is your last chance to make that happen, but it won’t be easy. At 4 a.m. (ET), the restaurant released the final block of reservations with plans to close at the end of February, Eater reports.

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After waiting online in a virtual queue of diners for several minutes, you are then presented with a mostly blocked-out calendar where reservations are pretty much gone, but with select wait times still available.

 

And then we found the site of the new Noma. � � This is not a drill.

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If that seems like too much of a hassle (we hear you), remember that Noma will be relocating to a new location on a farm, which René Redzepi is building. The space isn’t exactly ready . . .

But Redzepi says he will open Noma 2.0 in late 2017. Meanwhile, the team has been serving a much more casual menu at its newer operation, 108.


We’ll take two, please.

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