If the dinner you have planned Sunday, September 18th isn’t the dinner of your dreams, then we should talk. What would you say to letting three courses of artistically crafted cuisine delight you? And what if I told you that the meal starts with Grilled Broccolini, Anchovy Breadcrumbs and Lemon Shallot Dressing? You probably couldn’t have imagined that we would serve you Pan Seared Albacore Tuna with Quinoa Pilaf, Fennel-Parsnip Puree and Romesco next, but that’s exactly what we’re going to do! And a Chocolate Pot de Creme for dessert will make you wonder why you’ve eaten anywhere other than Nook Bistro on Sundays!
Sheep can be very stubborn, and after a long day of tending them, you’re bound to be famished. Join us tonight, September 12th and we’ll help you recover from your labors. We’re serving up Lentil and Roasted Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie with a mixed green salad on the side just for you. Sorry, you’ll have to leave your sheep dog at home. Mondays at Nook: break from the herd. Photo by Huong "Baa, Baa" Nguyen.
Kick off time is 5:30 this Sunday, September 11th for another three course dinner at Nook Bistro. A salad of Cauliflower, Arugula, Quinoa, Raisin and Beet Vinaigrette is cool in the pocket. You’ll want to engage man to man coverage on Sauteed Shrimp with Fall Succotash and Red Pepper Coulis. Peach Cobbler with Spiced Whipped Cream is the two point conversion after the touchdown. Sherene makes you cocktails at the line of scrimmage. Photo by Huong "Bootleg" Nguyen.
You didn’t think we were going to let you go easy just because we were closed yesterday did you? We take this “neighborhood bistro” thing seriously and we expect you to do the same. Join us tonight, September 6th, for a Tuesday edition of Laundry Day. We’ll be plating up Chef Andy’s Pasta Bolognese. Get your fill of big, eggy Pappardelle noodles smothered with a rich, beefy ragu. Laundry Day at Nook: holding you to the highest standards.
People tend to think of going uphill as hard work, but sometimes steep inclines make life simpler. For example, the recently reopened California Incline makes it easier for you to blaze a sunset trail into Nook and join us September 4th for our three course Sunday Dinner. A Fried Oyster Salad with Avocado, Pickled Red Onion and Green Goddess dressing is a thoroughfare to satisfaction. Grilled Atlantic Salmon with Braised Fennel, Spinach Lentils and Dill Creme Fraiche is an upgrade from what you were going to have for dinner. Chef Andy puts his slant on a White Wine Poached Peach with Whipped Cream. Reed makes cocktails that are seismically fit.