Come in and light it up with us on New Year’s Eve. We’ve got our glow-bracelets ready to go, and the sparkling wine ready to flow. Chef Andy will be grilling Filet Mignon with Roasted Cipollini Onion, Baby Carrots, Crispy Pee Wee Potatoes and Cracked Pepper-Port Reduction. We hear it’s good luck to eat a 63 Degree Egg with Roasted Tomato, Bacon, Confit Leeks and Shaved Parmesan on NYE, so we’ll have some ready to go. Regular menu will be available, normal business hours will prevail. Please note: Nook will closed New Year's Day and Monday, January 2nd.
Here at Nook we really like freshly seared scallops and enjoy preparing them in a variety different ways. At present we’re serving them up with roasted brussels sprouts, oven dried tomato and orange gastrique. If you like scallops, i believe this would be a worthy investigation for you. Interested? We would be happy to arrange a meeting, just let us know. Photo by Huong!
Friday, December 23rd is your last chance to dine and get festive with us before the Christmas and Hannukah weekend. Nook will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We’ll be open all next week, open on New Year’s Eve and closed on both New Year’s Day and Monday, January 2nd. Please make a note of it! Photo: Huong "Sleigh Bell" Nguyen.
They say President Harding normalized the word “normalcy” through his frequent usage of it. Here at Nook we pride ourselves on being normal on New Year’s Eve. We’ll be open our normal hours, 5:30 to 10:30, and we’ll be serving our normal menu. Chef Andy is making Filet Mignon for those of you who want to live it up “bigly” (which may be a normal word soon). As per usual, we’d love to see you.
In the competitive world of day-of-the-week-food-pairing there may be none better than Mondays and Meatballs. What other meal says “it’s a new week, let’s do this” more effectively? I can’t think of one. Join us tonight, Monday, December 19th when we roll out steaming plates of Spaghetti and Meatballs for $15. You and Laundry Day at Nook: paired for satisfaction.