Want some bother for your tastebuds? You’ll be crying tears as big as October cabbages if you don’t join us this Sunday, March 22nd for our three course Sunday Dinner. At 20 quid it will leave plenty of room in your skyrocket. An inspired Radish Vichyssoise with Mussels gets you buzzin’. Go mad for a Grilled Ribeye with Pineapple-Maytag Blue Cheese Salad. Chocolate Pudding with Nilla Wafers is your Auntie’s live-in-lover. Michael gets you pissed at the bar.
If you’re finding it hard to walk today after yesterday’s Marathon, let Nook do the cooking. Join us tonight, March 16th, for a St. Patricks Eve edition of Laundry Day. Two time LA Marathon runner Chef James Richardson will be serving up Lamb Hash with Poached Egg and Petite Market Salad for $12. Go the extra mile and get in the spirit with a Stout and a shot of Irish Whiskey for $10, and you’ve found your pot of gold. Laundry Day at Nook: getting you across the finish line.
We have just the thing to coax you from Topanga Canyon this weekend. Join us for dinner Sunday, March 15th, and we’ll serve you three courses of serenity for just $20. Emerge from the Cedarwood haze that enshrouds you and salute the forthcoming Spring with Asparagus, Radish, Pecorino and Caramelized Onion Vinaigrette. Roast Lamb Shoulder with Freekeh and Yogurt for dinner will make you want to venture beyond Sage Curtain more often. And Pistachio Tres Leches for dessert is delectably edible even though it’s not an "edible." Michael tends bar in Lotus pose.
Chef and proprietor of Nook Bistro, James Richardson, has announced the restaurant’s Laundry Day offering for the evening of March 9th. Here are three things you should know: 1. Nook will be serving up awesome steaming hot plates of Spaghetti and Meatballs for the incredibly fair price of just $12 and it will be outstanding. 2. The title Laundry Day is mildly misleading as the meal is actually served at night, but no one seems to care. 3. Nook Bistro's loyal constituency adores it for the high level of quality and artistry it offers at such reasonable prices.
We’ll all become time travelers this Sunday, March 8th as we leap forward in time. We can only imagine what things will be like, but if I was to prognosticate, I would say our three course Sunday Dinner will be tastier than ever and still cost just $20. Dock your flying vehicle and start off with Charred Eggplant, Crispy Chickpeas and Spiced Yogurt. We’re bound to have a food replicator in the kitchen by then, and Chef James will be rearranging molecules to fashion you Grilled Chicken with Spring Vegetable Risotto and Mushroom Broth. And you won’t care if Big Brother is watching as you enjoy Meyer Lemon Pound Cake with Lemon Curd for dessert. Michael does origami at the bar. Left: eggplant chars in the future.