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La Quinceanera.

Michael is leaving us with at least one more brilliant creation before he goes away in May . His latest concoction drinks like the magic of a youthful romance. La Quinceanera is a blend of Tequila and Lillet with Blood Orange and a little bit of Bohemia Pilsner. If Cheladas could dream, this is what would fill their nocturnal imaginations.


Steak And Salad.

Chef Andy seems to be under the impression that you would enjoy steak and salad, and we're inclined to agree, so here’s one for you: 10oz Prime New York Steak with Arugula and Roasted Shiitake Salad completed by Roasted Red Bell Pepper, Parmesan and Lemon Vinaigrette. This will be going on the menu late next week, so check it out and tell us what you think.


Fried Oysters Break The Scale.

All Night Happy Hour at Nook is an event where people can eat, drink, and talk in a friendly way with others while enjoying half off small plates and advantageously priced booze at our Communal Table and Counter. Nook is turning the dial up high tonight, April 6th too. We’ll be serving Fried Oyster Sandwiches on Brioche with Slaw and Sriracha Aioli for $9. All Night Happy Hour: taking convivial to the next level.


Laundry Day? Them's Fightin' Words!

All the good guys are fighting each other these days. It seems conflict has found Laundry Day too. Herb Roasted Chicken Breast, Roasted Brussels, Potato and Asparagus Nage are all set to go at it. Who will prevail? At $15 a pop, probably you, but you’ll have to join us tonight, April 4th to find out. Get a glass of Trebbiano for $8 and taste the battle as it unfolds.


Sunday Dinner: A Table With Context.

Chef Andy’s cosmic sorcery breathes life into another three course dinner this Sunday, April 3rd. The pleasantly absorbing flavors of English Pea Toast with Braised Radish, Arugula and Shallot are nowhere and everywhere at the same time. Pan Seared Scallops, Shiitake-Tomato Risotto and Clam Broth expands into large thoughtful patterns on the palate. And Grilled Carrot Bread with Whipped Cream and Orange-Ginger Glaze possesses emotional logic that is both powerful and visceral. Michael transcends the muted context of the the installation at the bar.