11628 Santa Monica Blvd #9
Los Angeles, CA 90025



Sunday through Thursday
5:30 to 10:00
Friday and Saturday
5:30 to 10:30 

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Peaceful Transition Of Courses This Sunday.

Nook Bistro is all set to hand off three courses to you for just $25 this Sunday, January 22nd. A Fried Oyster Salad with Mixed Greens, Shallot, Tomato and Lemon Vinaigrette inaugurates your meal with pomp, regardless of the circumstances. Braised Pork Shoulder with Fennel-Potato Hash and Celery Root Puree vows to uphold the oaths of deliciousness. Banana Bread Pudding with Spiced Whipped Cream, Chocolate and Caramel drops for dessert like a sugar coated federalist. Arthur reviews the troops at the bar.


We're Fond-of-ue.

If you woke up feeling unpopular, don’t worry, your friends at Nook still like you. Would we offer you All Night Happy Hour if we didn’t think you were great? Let us prove how keen we are with half off selected small plates, unique bar snacks and $5 wines and cocktails at our Communal Table and Counter. Chef Andy holds you in similarly high esteem so he’s making warm Roasted Gold and Red Beets with Goat Cheese Fondue! Nook Bistro: we’re fond-of-ue.


Chef Vows To Repeal Menu.

Chef Andy announced on Twitter this weekend that he plans to replace the entire Nook menu. The Chef offered no timeline or details but said “don’t worry, it’s going to be terrific.” Meanwhile, you can start off what promises to be an interesting week with a lively meal of PEIs and Fries! That’s Prince Edward Island mussels, toast and a bowl of fries with lemon aioli for $15. Laundry day at Nook kicks off your week bigly.


Chef Andy, Tear Down This Wall.

There’s nothing impeding you from joining us for three delectable courses this Sunday, January 15th. You’ll have easy access to a Shaved Vegetable Salad barricaded with Arugula, Pepitas and Citrus Vinaigrette. Pan Roasted Chicken Breast gets a border of Broccolini, Wild Rice Pilaf and Beet Puree. Enjoy a tiny fortress of Lemon Panna Cotta with Candied MInt and Winter Citrus. Arthur isn’t just another brick in the wall, he’s the bartender.


Ken Golick.

Ken Golick is a really nice guy and an aficionado of the cocktail making arts. When he asked for our Louisianne recipe I didn’t hesitate. I was delighted though when he brought me back a bottle of his “remix.” Come by and try the drink Ken Golick crafted with brandy, benedictine and bitters. It’s called Ken Golick. Ask for it by name. Photo (not of Ken Golick) by Kat Pham.