In keeping with tradition, Nook Bistro will be closed in observance of Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th. In the meantime if anyone knows where we can get a pair of pants like Cam Newton's (depicted left) we would be very grateful.
Giving yourself to Nook can never be wrong, if the love is true. That’s why we’re inviting you to do Valentine’s Day on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. As a companion to our regular menu we’ll have a specially priced three course dinner that goes all weekend long. Scallop Crudo with Avocado, Grapes and Citrus sets a sultry mood. Take a roll in the surf with Grilled Prime New York Steak, Whole Prawn, Braised Fennel and Smoked Apple Puree. Chocolate Mousse and Strawberries makes for memorable pillow talk. This carefully devised meal costs $45 and promises to yield results. Michael draws back his bow at the bar.
What’s surprisingly delicious and lurks in a corner? Nook Bistro, of course! Let us ambush you with flavor and satisfaction tonight, February 1st. We’re serving Sherry Braised Pork Shoulder with Polenta, Sauteed Spinach and Dijon Crema for just $15. Pair it with a crisp glass of Domaine Kerveguen Cidre and you’ll get your apples too. Nook Bistro: creepy the way you like it.
Join us Sunday, January 31st when Chef Andy moderates a flavorful, three course debate for your palate. Broccoli and Spinach Soup opens a lively dialogue and spars with Spiced Creme Fraiche about potato subsidies. Chicken gets grilled with Wild Rice Pilaf and Vermouth-Butter after contradicting its long held stance on dairy. And Passionfruit Mousse defends its position as the last course. Michael engages in parliamentary bar tricks.
Someone was hungry for Ribeye so we said yes! Come on in and get yourself a 10oz Ribeye with succulent Grilled Asparagus, delicious roasted Cipollini Onion and Bearnaise, hitting the menu tonight. Nook BIstro: sometimes we actually listen.