Read below to see what people have been saying about Mēdüzā Mediterrania.

  • Eat Your Way Through New York City’s Meatpacking District

    Kristin L. Wolfe dives into what’s behind plates of food; that where the story lives.

  • The 11 Most Anticipated Houston Restaurant and Bar Openings, Winter 2024

    Houston’s restaurant scene welcomed more than 100 openings from multiple bars and restaurants in 2023. Now, 2024 has begun, and already, there are dozens of new restaurants planned to open throughout the year, with several slated for this winter alone. Diners will get to experience West African cuisine, dishes inspired by Texas, even more pizzerias, and the major returns of various restaurants. Though delays are possible, meaning projected opening dates could change — here’s what the Houston dining scene has planned for this winter.

  • The ultimate list of more than 70 Houston bars and restaurants opening in 2024

    As illustrated by the list below, more than 70 more new restaurants are on track to open across the city in 2024. It includes a range of cuisines, price points, and parts of town. Some are new locations of existing concepts, while others are new projects from familiar names. Hospitality groups from out of town will introduce more new establishments, including several in the mixed-use developments that are opening all over the place.

  • Kerry Washington stuns on Main Street and more star snaps

    R'Bonney Nola, Miss Universe 2022, enjoyed dinner at NYC hotspot, Meduza Mediterrania, over the weekend.

  • The hottest New York Fashion Week nightlife destinations: Inside the CHICEST bars and restaurants set to be flooded with celebrities

    Want to guarantee you have a star-studded New York Fashion Week experience, even if you're not hitting the runway?

    With fashion shows spread out all over New York City from February 9 through 14, it's hard to decide on where to stop for a quick cocktail or post-show meal.

    Some of the below restaurants are quite literally fashionista approved, as NYFW partnered with some of the most iconic NYC dining destinations to offer up curated menus and the ability to win tickets to a show.

  • This New Restaurant in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District Feels Like Mykonos

    A NYC-located capsule into Mykonos recently opened in Manhattan’s perennially trendy Meatpacking District, Medüza Mediterrania. From its thumping nightclub tracks to its boho-chic décor, the space poses semblances to the illustrious Greek resort town.

  • Date Nights Hit Different at These Romantic Restaurants in NYC

    Hint hint, Valentine’s Day is around the corner.

  • Where to Spend NYE in NYC 2023

    Are you ringing in the New Year in the city that never sleeps? Whether you are looking for a glamourous soirée complete with champagne and caviar, a Times Square experience or a casual Brooklyn evening, we have you covered. Check out where to spend New Year’s Eve in New York City.

  • The Coziest Fall Restaurants in New York City

    These restaurants are packed full of autumnal decor and cozy cuisine.

  • These are Houston's most anticipated restaurant openings this fall

    More than 20 local eateries are expected to open between now and January 2024.

  • Noble 33 Introduces Meduza Mediterrania in New York

    The sprawling new restaurant promises a high-energy dining experience.

  • Noble 33 to open 2 new-to-Houston restaurants in Allen Parkway mixed-use development

    Toca Madera, a modern Mexican steakhouse with locations in Toronto, the Phoenix area, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, will occupy 11,103 square feet. Meduza Mediterrania, Noble 33's newest restaurant concept, will occupy 9,732 square feet.

  • Noble 33 Hospitality Group Expands Restaurant Portfolio with New Dining Concept, Meduza Mediterrania, In New York City’s Meatpacking District

    Noble 33, the global hospitality group recognized for their restaurant concepts Toca Madera, Casa Madera, and Sparrow Italia, expands their portfolio to the East Coast with the launch of Meduza Mediterrania – expected to arrive in New York City’s Meatpacking District in fall of 2023.

Culinary Innovation

We embrace a culture of culinary innovation, constantly pushing boundaries. Through experimentation, creativity, and a passion for culinary excellence, we strive to surprise and delight our guests with inventive flavors, techniques, and presentations. Our commitment to culinary innovation allows us to stay at the forefront of the industry, setting new standard and redefining high-energy, fine dining.