The NoMad Restaurant - LA
An inviting space for dining throughout the day and evening, The NoMad’s sunlit, casually-elegant restaurant and bar are on the ground floor of the hotel. It sits beneath the building’s original, 1920s blue and gold Italianate ceiling which has been meticulously restored to its full grandeur. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served in the space, with the Giannini Bar connected for a pre- or post-meal drink.
Mon–Fri 7:00 am–10:00 am
Sat, Sun 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–1:30 pm
Mon–Wed, Sun 12:00 pm–11:00 pm
Thu–Sat 12:00 pm–1:00 am
Mon–Fri 1:30 pm–5:30 pm
Sat, Sun 3:00 pm–5:30 pm
Daily 5:30 pm–9:30 pm
Christmas Day Special Menus & Offers
Celebrate Christmas Day with us at NoMad LA! We are currently accepting reservations & offering a Christmas Day prix fixe for $74 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity).
Tuesday, December 25, 2018
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Sun 8:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM
Mon - Fri 11:30AM - 11:45AM 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 1:30PM
Sat 8:00AM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 3:00PM
Great service and amazing food
Despite having reservations, it took almost an hour to be seated. The hosts acknowledged the problem but was unable to offer a solution. It took 40 minutes for any kind of management appearance, at which point they finally offered drink service. No indication was made that they would be comping the drinks despite their inability to seat us. No offer was made to provide snacks or appetizers while we waited. Once seated, the overall atmosphere was fun and energetic. All six guests, from four different countries, commented on the intense over-salting of virtually every dish served. A disappointing night out in my home town for sure. Maybe I'll just stick to their bar next time.
Every plate was delicious. The cocktails were excellent. The restaurant is beautiful. Can’t wait to go back. Try the scallops and truffle risotto plus the sundae.
The first time I visited the food was great, but the service was terrible! This time, both the food and the service were outstanding!
Great building and beautiful setting. Food excellent
Birthday celebration and it was lovely
This was early Christmas dinner with my folks. Beautiful space. Lovely staff. The dishes were creative and tasty. Loved the truffle risotto, eggplant and scallops. Wanted to like the duck, but aside from the breast, the meat was very rare and impossible to get off the bone). Also the three deserts were very similar. Would have preferred more variety. Still, we enjoyed our meal.
First experience - we had brunch - food was amazing but service was spectacular! It was such a pleasant experience!
The environment/ambiance was unique and delightful. Like dining in an elegant living room. Tables far apart. Love seats and interesting chairs. Easy to converse with our own party, and could only imagine what diners around us were taking about.
The food was soooooo good. The chicken and accompaniments were so delectable we wanted more, more, more, especially of the rice melange. The calamari was also delicious, in a creaming sauce, like no calamari we’d ever had.
NoMad is a special restaurant. We look forward to our next visit.
Don’t forget to make a trip to the restrooms when you are there!
It is a lovely restaurant, with a lovely restored bank (now hotel), with a lovely menu, and a lovely staff.
This was our first time at Nomad. We were celebrating our anniversary and it was the perfect place for us.
The service was excellent and my favorite dishes were the grilled calamari, hummus and ice cream sundae.
Great experience. Drinks did not arrive until after appetizers but our server took care of them. Would definitely return and recommend to friends.
Best burger downtown, an excellent value at $14. Ambiance is everything. Service is severely lacking. Although friendly, it crawled at a tortoises pace.
The food was amazing, although the portions were very small. The decor and the architecture are a draw in and of themselves! Would definitely go back.
Beautiful space and delicious food. You can't go wrong!
Subpar service. Food was mediocre. Setting was great.
We loved it. The drinks are amazing
Really cool restaurant and definitely one of a kind. It is a very pricey menu, about $150 for lunch with 3 people (no alcohol).
The setting is beautiful and the food quality outstanding. The service is friendly but not nearly as attentive as it could be at this level. Room for improvement, yet overall very solid.
The best egg white omelet I've had in a very long time!! Love everything about Nomad DTLA!
If you are expecting EMP this is not it but very good in its own right.
Amazing experience! Love the decor !
Service was only good until a larger party was seated next to us, and then our server ignored us for the rest of the night. Like, literally, standing next to us to chat with the larger party and avoiding all our attempts to get his attention. The food was decent, but not great. The scallops were excellent, but the fried chicken was bland.
I have been there for dinner and was very pleased with the food and our choices on the menu. We were very disappointed with the very limited brunch menu wouldn't recommend it
Loved everything minus obnoxious table next to us (but that’s not restaurants fault and they made up for it by offering a dessert drink).
We were in the midst of moving but still wanted to have a nice dinner for the holiday. So happy we decided on Nomad. Service was spot on, food delicious, drinks nicely crafted.
The food was quite good. The wine list and service were exceptional. We go out on Thanksgiving every year and, as a former server, I understand the annoyance. The service did not feel like a holiday at all. The ambience was lovely.
This was our second visit to this restaurant and it was as good as our first visit. The interior is quite special.
Phenomenal. If anything, this place should be rated much much higher (and I rarely take the time to comment)
Unfortunately the service was beyond slow. Because of that I would hesitate to recommend the restaurant to a friend. The food however was not only beautiful but also delicious. The Ambiance cannot be beat, its absolutely gorgeous.
This was my second visit and I was not disappointed. Though my first dinner there was on the Mezzanine level when that was open. And that felt like a more elegant experience because looking down on the main floor offered the ambiance without the same noise level as below. There were four of us and we had to lean in hard to hear each other talk. I don't recall music last time or perhaps not at the same volume level. The food was excellent as were the cocktails. We started at the bar so once we identified the bartender who prepared our drinks we insisted that our waiter have him make all future orders! And our waiter was courteous and very professional. An entirely great experience.
WE SAW ADELLE. *cough* sorry. I took my wife and her best friend here for her 30th birthday as I had been here once with a friend. They absolutely loved everything about it. The food, the drinks, the service, the vibe. It was great. We went with the family style chicken (this is an absolute must try, it's what they're known for), the fava bean hummus, and shishito peppers. Everything was amazing.
I would give it a five except the soup was a bit salty and the server hurried us with the check.
Great menu and food. The restaurant is amazing and the service is perfect. I had the fried chicken which was among the best I've had. My wife had the scallops which she loved. The ambience was also superb.
I took my girlfriend here for our anniversary dinner and we both loved it! Great for intimate special occasions, or intimate regular occasions if you've got money to burn.
It was a last minute decision to grab a small bite and a cocktail before catching a flight. I lived in Los Angeles 10 years ago and I was pleasantly surprised at how downtown was continually transitioning into an urban center. Transition unfortunately takes prisoners and LA is still coming to turns with residual effects of gentrification. It remains a journey for the city.
Nomad is in a beautiful historic building (I believe it was the Bank of Italy before becoming Bank of America). The cocktails were exceptional (I know a good manhattan) and the room is out of this world. It seeps of old Hollywood super glam-pre regency luxury. If you like the golden age, go here. Don’t walk, run to Nomad.
Try the sliders- no need for catsup. Great starters, all very flavorful.
Although the room looks dressy, I went in my Vancouver attire and no shade was thrown. I assume anything from a gown to a catsuit would work in this amazing room.
Do go to the restroom regardless- the vault is there and still in tact.
Our server was stellar and she knew the products quite well. She is an elegant woman and made me proud to haves lived in that awesome city.
So if you live in Los Angeles or just passing through, carve out some time to visit Nomad. You will be pleasantly surprised. I had a visceral reaction to my experience there. I was also with the best company ever.
Bring the cards. Fair but not cheap. Tip appropriately as this is not an easy room to work.
5 bright and shiny gold stars.
A very limited brunch menu. Would not recommend or return because of it.
Always great food, impeccable service in a beautiful space.