Recently I read that “Pythagorean Theorem” is a misnomer because ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Indians all used it centuries before Pythagoras. I remembered that Nook commits a similar error every week. We call our Monday special Laundry Day but we only serve it at night! What isn’t in question however is that you won’t find a better deal for an artistically crafted, quality meal tonight, April 27th. For just $12 you can have Chef James' legendary Red Beans and Rice with Andouille Sausage. It’s the meal we call Laundry Day, even though it’s at night.
Chef James is normalizing his culinary ties with Cuba. Join us Sunday, April 26th for three courses that point somewhere south of Florida for just $20. They don’t serve salads of Avocado, Pineapple, Black Beans, Feta, Arugula, Red Onion and LIme at the Hotel Nacional, but you’ll love it anyway. Pan Roasted Chicken Cubano, Yucca Con Mojo and Stewed Collard Greens paves the way for some tasty diplomacy. And Pistachio Tres Leches Con Strawberries removes any further barriers to your enjoyment. At our bar, Michael is Hemingway.
We’re putting on a dazzling show of our own April 19th. If you’re not heading to Coachella, don’t miss our $20 Sunday Dinner. It’s loaded with innovation and packed with Spring freshness. You’ll feel like you just walked out of the Sahara Tent and got hit by a cool breeze when you bite into Shaved Spring Vegetables, Goat Cheese and Lemon-Dill Vinaigrette. Albacore Tuna with Radish, Avocado and Stout Ponzu will just blow your mind, man. And you’ll wish there was an encore after our Green Tea Panna Cotta with Strawberry. Michael composes cocktails of disco and rhyme at the bar.
Join us April 12th for a $20 Sunday Dinner that could satisfy a horde of hungry Dothraki. Our Smoked Fish Salad with Pickled Shallots and Tabasco Vinaigrette is the talk of the seven kingdoms. Chef James of Nook maesters up a Buttermilk Brined Chicken Breast with Spring Vegetable Risotto and Mushroom Broth for dinner. And a Strawberry-Cornmeal Shortcake for dessert is fit for a Khaleesi. Michael of Nook keeps watch on the bar.
To commemorate the return of our favorite guilty pleasure, Game of Thrones, Michael of Nook is bringing back the cocktail he named after the dysfunctional ruling family of Westeros. The Lannister is a fine concoction of Bourbon, Ramazzotti and Blood Orange. It always pays it debts, but don’t drink too many or you’ll get as messed up as a Lannister.