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Restaurant Spotlight: Main Street's Nomad

Nomad opened in 2014 and has quickly become one of Main Street's "it" restaurants. Bright and modern with high ceilings, Nomad features an original menu that celebrates BC's bounty along with local wines, spirits and rotating craft beers.
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Nomad opened in 2014 and has quickly become one of Main Street's "it" restaurants. Bright and modern with high ceilings, Nomad features an original menu that celebrates BC's bounty along with local wines, spirits and rotating craft beers. Nomad caters to the 'hood with one of Main Street's best reverse happy hours, weekend brunch, and live music on Friday nights.


 Photo Courtesy: NomadPhoto Courtesy: Nomad

Open for dinner starting at 5pm and brunch on the weekend, menus change with the seasons. Small plates range from $15.00 to $17.00 including the grilled calamari, roasted beets with jalapeno hummus and fresh catch ceviche. Large plates such as herb potato gnocchi, local pacific ling-cod, braised elk and organic beef tender range from $23.00 to $29.00. Along with an excellent selection of rotating local micro-breweries, Nomad's carefully chosen wine list showcases some of BC's best including Black Hills, Church & State, Joie, Laughing Stock and Tantalus.


 Must eat sunchoke wings. Photo courtesy: NomadMust eat sunchoke wings. Photo courtesy: Nomad

The sunchoke wings, one of the restaurant's most popular items are simply a must eat. Slow cooked pork on a ciabatta bun with a hoisin ginger glaze and the Kennebec potato fries served up with Nomad's original bourbon onion aioli have a devoted following, especially with the late-night crowd.





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Weekend brunch has become a lined-up neighborhood tradition. The eggs benedict served with duck confit on heavenly rosti potato are a local favourite along with french toast, noodles with kimchi and classic eggs breakfast.




Nomad celebrates reverse happy hour everyday starting at 10pm as well as 2pm-5pm on weekends. During happy hour, all pints of local craft beers are $5.00 along with $6.00 classic Negronis and "Femme Fatales", a delicious blend of lavendar vodka, lemon, ginger syrup and sparkling wine. Dukes Dry Apple cider is also featured for $5.50 a pint. Don't miss the live music on Friday nights.


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3950 Main Street

Monday to Friday 5pm-Midnight

Saturday & Sunday 10am-Midnight