Our $20 Sunday Dinner for September 27th has been approved by the Coastal Commission and is ready to go. Our appeal came through on a delicious salad of Persimmon, Fennel, Pomegranate and Wild Arugula with Curry Vinaigrette. The Blackened Catfish with Greens, Black Eyed Peas and Celery Root Remoulade is a delicious and wholesome substitute for direct access to the beach. Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Strawberries is zoned for dessert. Michael protects the bar habitat.
You could search deep inside for happiness, or you could just join us tonight, September 23rd when we roll out an all night Happy Hour at our bar and communal table. We’ll be pouring $5 Sangria and serving up small plates at half off the normal menu price. Nook Bistro and you: declaring the eternal yes!
It’s a new week, which means another seven day cycle to live life and accomplish your goals! Let’s start it out right, shall we? Join us tonight, September 21st when we’ll be serving up the original Laundry Day meal, Louisiana Red Beans and Rice, for just $12. And if that wasn’t enough, how about enjoying it with an Anchor California Lager for just $5? Laundry Day at Nook: helping you move onward and upward!
Football just started, but our Sunday Dinner is already in mid-season form. Join us on game day, September 20th for three courses that dial up flavors from the Nook Playbook. Fried Oyster and Baby Greens promises to be a tasty tandem with Smoked Bacon, Pickled Shallots and Herbsaint Dressing to round it out. Grilled Chicken with Mushrooms, Tomato and Sweet Corn Grits is a Super Bowl contender for sure. Chocolate Pot de Creme with Raspberries gets the early nod for league MVP. Michael is Offensive Bar Coordinator.
It’s scary how much information you can dig up on the internet about our three course dinner for Sunday, September 13th. For example, a quick search of 37 billion web sites reveals that we’ll be serving a cool and refreshing Radish Vichyssoise with Mussels to start. Dig a little deeper and you’ll find amongst our criminal and arrest records that we’re serving a scandalously delicious Guajillo Braised Short Rib with Grilled Pickled Onion, Cotija Cheese and Masa Cake for dinner. You might find that a Blueberry-Sour Cream Pie is actually married to the other two courses. And it only costs $20. I can’t even mention what you’re going to find out about Michael at the bar.