Join us November 30th for a three course, $20 Sunday Dinner that bears no resemblance to Thanksgiving. Tired of leftover stuffing? Try starting off with Butternut Squash, Barley, Black Rice, Bacon and Baby Kale instead. If you’re feeling a repetitive motion injury coming on from chewing turkey then a New York Strip Steak with Pineapple-Maytag Bluecheese Salad is the solution. And Chocolate Cake for dessert reminds you of the sweetness of the holidays, and the joy being with loved ones, but tastes better. Michael provides cocktail therapy at the bar.
If you can make it to Nook tonight you're in a for a very special treat. Chef James will be making his legendary Southern Fried Chicken “Banh Mi.” (depicted, left.) Don't miss out on this chance to experience the mind blowing collision of Asian flavors and Southern cooking, only available at Nook Bistro tonight, November 24th.
Let Nook help with Thanksgiving! We’re offering our legendary Mac and Cheese as well as our Shiitake and Gruyere Bread Pudding by the half sheet for $35 each. Pick up the day before Thanksgiving, reheat, serve and prepare for the many accolades you’ll receive from friends and family. Need some help with the sweets? Chocolate and Banana Bread Pudding ($35) and Key Lime Pie ($28) are here to rescue you. Order by the end of the day on Monday, November 24th. Half sheets feed 10 to 12.
Your friends at Nook want to remind you that engaging in holiday eating without proper conditioning can be dangerous, and we want to help you get in shape for the big meal. Join us on November 23rd for a $20, three course dinner that will help get you Thanksgiving-ready. Warm up with a salad of Persimmon, Fennel, Pomegranate and Wild Arugula with Curry Vinaigrette. Oxtail Stew with Crab Toast and Pickled Egg builds endurance in the most delicious way possible. Apple Crumble with Creme Fraiche for dessert helps you determine whether or not those pants are going to be loose enough to wear for showtime. Michael coaches you on good holiday drinking at the bar.
If you’ve ever found yourself driving down PCH in a convertible, listening to Steely Dan, and wondering, in your gold-rimmed sunglasses, if there was anything smoother than that moment, we’ve found the answer. Come by and join us tonight as we begin enjoying our latest oak-aged marvel: the Barrel Aged Perfect Manhattan. With it’s already delicate balance of sweet and dry vermouth, this creation promises to be our most refined barrel aged cocktail yet. As Donald Fagen would say, tonight is a wonderful thing, baby.