We’ve got an expensive and exotic beer in the house right now. On Pointe Pilsner by Garage Project hails from New Zealand. It’s a very light, clean and dry pils with a hoppy edge. Higher effervescence than your typical beer plus being finished off with champagne yeast make it a special drinking experience.
We’ve got a new beer in from Lagunitas. Day Time Ale is what one would call a Session Beer. It’s lower in alcohol than a typical beer, and made for a long “session” down at the pub with friends. We find this well crafted beer to be both refreshing and extremely dining-friendly because of its delicate nature. Think of it as an “IPA Light.”
This morning’s transit of Mercury is a rare celestial event, but Laundry Day happens every Monday at Nook. Traverse the solar disk to your Neighborhood Bistro tonight, May 9th and find Seared Albacore with Israeli Couscous and Spring Pea Emulsion for just $15. Laundry Day at Nook: reliable like solar clockwork.
We heard you were a difficult child but don’t worry, we can help you on Sunday, May 8th. Bring mom to Nook and get back on her good side with three courses for $20. A Watercress Salad with Tomato, Avocado, Crouton and Green Goddess Dressing will fill her with the same hope and promise she once saw in you. The bond between Seared Albacore with Israeli Couscous and Green Pea Emulsion will remind you both of the unique and beautiful connection that a mother and child have, creating warmth and joy. And a Passionfruit Mousse with Whipped Cream and Toasted Coconut comforts like the sweet brand of love that only a mom can give. If none of that works, Reed is working the bar: he’s good looking and he makes strong drinks.
Join us tonight for Cinco de Mayo tonight! To commemorate the Battle of Puebla we’’ll be conducting All Night Happy Hour at the Communal Table and Counter and pouring $5 Margaritas! Chef Andy is unveiling Mexified versions of our bar menu including Homemade Chorizo Mac, Carnitas Tacos and Taco Truck Pickled Vegetables. Nook Bistro: el lugar donde celebrar!