You don’t have to be a miserly, pre-transformation Scrooge type to appreciate three amazing courses for just $20, but that’s what you’ll get when you join us Sunday, December 14th. A visitation with French Onion Soup plays on your innocence and takes you back to your childhood. Instead of a prize turkey we’ll send you Blackened Catfish with Black-Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Celery Root Remoulade for dinner. And Meyer Lemon Pound Cake for dessert transforms you into a kinder gentler person once and for all. Michael stirs the Dickens out of some cocktails.
Certain boozy bar patrons have called it a buttery holiday miracle. Most would agree that nothing warms the soul and spirit quite like it. Our Hot Buttered Rum is what I’m referring to, of course. It’s the perfect thing to warm you on these unbearably cold LA Winter nights. The unspecified number of spices in Chef James’ secret butter recipe add up to a one teeming cup of Holiday cheer. Prepare to be delighted!
Is there anything more satisfying than a steaming hot plate of Spaghetti and Meatballs? If there is, it probably isn’t legal and you shouldn’t be consuming it. What is undisputably good for you, however, is Laundry Day at Nook! Join us December 8th when we’ll be serving up steaming hot plates of Spaghetti and Meatballs for just $12. The only thing that can start your week better is to pair it with a $20 bottle of excellent Col de Mondo Montepulciano from Abruzzo. Laundry Day at Nook: there’s no better legal high!
Details about our $20 Sunday Dinner for December 7th have been leaked online. An unnamed source is responsible for the leak, which contains information about the artistically crafted, three course dinner. It appears rumors that the meal would begin with a salad of Roasted Winter Squash, Dates, Parmesan and Wild Arugula are true. The report also revealed that Buttermilk Brined Chicken Breast with Mushroom-Barley “Risotto,” Salsa Verde and Parmesan Broth will reprise its role as the main course. There was one major surprise which was that Cheesecake with Blueberry Compote, which had been previously attached to last week’s Sunday Dinner but opted out after contract negotiations stalled, will appear for dessert. Michael directs at the bar.
As we’ve noted before in these pages, the word “normalcy” is one with questionable origins which we try to avoid. No doubt the long holiday weekend has left you a bit disoriented, and Laundry Day is here to get you back on track. Join us tonight, December 1st when we offer you White Bean-Ham Hock Stew with Potato Crusted Seabass for just $12. Nook: helping you achieve your goals and get back to normal.