Now that Halloween weekend is over, we’re willing to bet that your lair is littered with dangerous candy-like substances. That’s why we’ve instituted an exchange program. Bring us your sugary treats today, November 3rd and we’ll safely “dispose” of them for you. In exchange we’ll give you an amazing meal of Chilean Seabass with Pimento Cheese Grits for just a $12 processing fee, no questions asked. Laundry Day at Nook: keeping you safe from Candy Corns.
No one knows for sure how many times The Nook Gala of Pumpkins has occurred, or when this tradition started, or even who started it. What I can tell you about this mysterious event is that it’s filled with darkness and evil, wielded carefully for your amusement by your friends at Nook Bistro. Come by tonight and dine by glowing gourd as they gently illuminate and mildly haunt the evening. If you’re too busy trick or treating tonight, come by tomorrow when the pumpkins start to get truly frightening.
Chef James will be cackling in his lair with his coven of Line Cooks this Sunday, November 2nd to summons you a dinner from the Controlling Unknown. What’s sent out to thee comes back in three courses for just $20 this Sunday, November 2nd. Enjoy the earthy, dark magic of Curry Roasted Cauliflower, Beets, Kale and Quinoa. You know about the occult uses of Pimento Cheese Grits, but have you ever tried them with Roasted Tomatillo, Mushroom and Grilled Chicken? And an Apple Crumble with Creme Fraiche for dessert will blow the planchette right off your ouija board. Michael and his intoxicating potions inhabit the dark, damp space behind the bar.
You have to get up pretty early to catch Chef James. Luckily, it’s not necessary to be up at the crack of dawn to enjoy the day’s catch here at Nook. Clip your barb and join us tonight, October 27th for a steaming bowl of White Bean Fish Stew over Cornbread for just $12. Laundry Day at Nook: the meal that makes sense no matter what kind of bait you’re using.
Join us Sunday, October 26th for three courses that smash the very meaning of “dinner” into bits and reconstruct it in a way that makes your taste buds feel like they traveled back in time to the 1889 World’s Fair and saw the Eiffel Tower for the first time ever. Begin with a celebration of Fall on a plate: Persimmon, Fennel, Pomegranate, Wild Arugula and Curry Vinaigrette. Next enjoy the exquisite Potato Crusted Chilean Seabass with White Bean-Ham Hock Stew and Bottarga as your entree. And the Saffron Panna Cotta with Citrus for dessert is the prettiest lady in the room. Michael unveils his latest cocktail invention, the Plum-Gin Sour, and his new handlebar mustache.