Proceed to Nook and do not pass go this Sunday, August 28th for three courses that eat like you’re at Park Place but cost about as much as Baltic Avenue. Thimble your way through a salad of Melon, Almonds, Cucumber, Shallot and Mustard Vinaigrette. Allow the flavors of a Grilled Hanger Steak with Garlic Green Beans, Roasted Fingerlings and Red Onion Jam to monopolize your palate. Chocolate and Banana Bread Pudding for dessert gets you out of jail free. Sherene wears a top hat at the bar. Cost: $20, real money. Photo by Huong "Big Money" Nguyen.
Enrollment is open for our August 21st Sunday Dinner. First up on the syllabus: Apple, Arugula, Candied Walnut, Goat Cheese and Apricot Vinaigrette. Maple-Mustard Glazed Chicken Breast with Butternut Squash & Spinach Risotto fits nicely in your book bag. Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble with Whipped Cream is the love note mom put in your lunch, only it’s dessert. Calm your back to school jitters with one of Sherene’s artistically crafted cocktails. Tuition is currently $20. Photo of last week's offering by Huong "All Three Courses" Nguyen.
Enjoy the magic of sliders at the Nook Bistro All Night Happy Hour Emporium tonight. Our trio of tiny sandwiches (BBQ Chicken with Coleslaw and Pickles, Cheddar Burger with Garlic Aioli and Pulled Pork with Pickled Red Onion and Jalapeno Aioli) will amaze you! All Night Happy Hour astonishes guests at the Communal Table and Counter every night. Nook Bistro: food prepared with a sleight hand. Photo by El Otro.
“It’s always a good time of year for a bourbon flight” is the saying here at Nook Bistro. Come by and have a taste of three unique whiskies from new and upcoming micro producers. We’re featuring bourbon and “bourbons” from Tempe, Arizona, Waitsburg, Washington and Bardstown, Kentucky. Get it while supplies last. Photo by "Flight of Huongs" Nguyen.
We’re not over the “toast craze” here at Nook Bistro, and for good reason. Toasts are just good fun. Try eating our Caprese Salad Toast and you’ll see what I’m talking about. It’s Tomato, Fresh Mozzarella, Arugula, Basil and Pickled Red Onion on Grilled Pain Rustique, drizzled with Balsamic Glaze, and it’s a joy to eat. Try it with a glass of Trebbiano.