El Segundo’s Nomad Eatery, a trendy modern restaurant with fresh, global cuisine, is a must-see destination in the Los Angeles area. Opened in the spring of 2021, Nomad Eatery serves vibrant dishes and custom cocktails to the South Bay-area for both lunch and dinner. Nomad offers dine-in eating, with both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as carryout and delivery options so you can enjoy Nomad’s food anywhere in the South Bay. Located on Rosecrans Avenue just west of Nash St., Nomad Eatery should definitely be on your list of reservations when you’re in town for shopping, a show, work, or travel fun.
How To Get To Nomad
Just half a mile from Sepulveda Blvd., Nomad Eatery is on Rosecrans Avenue and shares a free 5-story parking structure with ArcLight Cinemas. Nomad is in the same complex as Chin Chin and is just across Nash St from Eddie V’s Prime Seafood. If you’re heading north on Nash St. enter the parking lot as if you were going to the movies. Or, if you’re heading west on Rosecrans and pass Nash St., the very next pull-in (which has no street name) goes all the way to the 5-story parking structure, which is right next to our restaurant! Plus, the parking structure is free.
SoFi Stadium is just under 7 miles away from Nomad Eatery, so if you’re planning a night out for a concert or sporting event, stop by Nomad first for our Happy Hour specials. Or, join us for a delicious lunch between 11 am and 2 pm Tuesdays-Fridays each week. Be sure to try our house made hummus and flatbread, try our fan-favorite chimichurri steak frites, our lamb shish-ke-babs or one of our fresh seafood dishes like steamed mussels or scallop ceviche. For those over 21, cheers with a custom Nomad cocktail like our From The Heights of Machu Picchu or one of our curated wines from our extensive wine list.
Other Destinations Near Nomad
If you’re flying into LAX, Nomad Eatery is a quick trip away–in fewer than 15 minutes, you can be seated in our light and airy indoor/outdoor restaurant. Within walking distance you can also find great shopping, including the El Segundo Plaza, Manhattan Village, The Point and Manhattan Towers. Stop by the Apple Store, Whole Foods, or take a class at OrangeTheory, then treat yourself to a fresh and vibrant salad or one of our pateras, dishes thoughtfully served in wide, shallow bowls in homage to how the Ancient Romans often dined.
El Segundo, Nomad Eatery’s home, is also a stone’s throw from the PCH, close to Manhattan Beach, Playa Del Rey, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and more. Our prime location, adventurous menu and fantastic vibes make Nomad your next Los Angeles-area restaurant to try.
Make your reservation at Nomad Eatery, or browse our menu today to get your mouth watering.