Punctured your bicycle tire on a hillside desolate? No worries, this charming bistro will make a man (or woman) of you yet! Join us Sunday, October 5th for three courses of exquisitely crafted cuisine that will make life’s complexities seem as smooth as one of Michael ’s refreshing gin drinks. The man in the pantry serves you Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Cheddar, Red Onion and Whole Grain Mustard Vinaigrette to start. Meatloaf with Smashed Root Vegetables and Black Garlic Jus knows so much about these things. Feeling a bit shy about a lovely and delicate Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Cookie and “Gorgeous Berries” for dessert? It’s gruesome that someone so handsome should care! $20 for the lot.
We’re not letting Oktoberfest pass by without a little celebration of our own and we’re kicking it off tonight, Oktober 2nd. Join us as Chef James dishes up German flavors in a Nook Bistro style. We’ll be serving up Crispy Lamb Shank Confit with House “Sauered Kraut,” and you may enjoy pairing it up with one of our German beer selections for that festival feeling. Nooktoberfest starts tonight, and continues until we run out of Kraut.
I’ve just received an encoded message via the Nook Transbistro Communication Network (NTCN). Let me just decrypt it here. It has Chef James’ secret code name, and it’s telling me that tonight we’ll be serving up Spaghetti and Meatballs. If you’re not familiar with Laundry Day, it’s the meal that properly initiates a new live/work cycle and rewards you for keeping your life in order for a mere $12. This culinary happening is non-pareilles, as the caper label says, so materialize in our dining room tonight!
Personally, I’m relieved that our anniversary month is nearly over. My liver couldn’t handle any more partying. Having said that, I encourage you to join us tomorrow for the last $10 Tuesday of Nook Appreciation Month. Come by September 30th and enjoy the artistically crafted comfort cuisine that you know and love with one of our great $10 bottle selections. Nook: we’re a bistro for the decades!
Sometimes It's amazing how much art and value Chef James can put into a meal for $20, and yet he does it every week! Our September 28th Sunday Dinner starts off with a remix of a real crowd favorite: Baby Kale with Avocado, Pickled Red Onion and our refreshing, yet sinfully good Green Goddess Dressing! Next up, I’m all in a tizzy about Chicken Confit with Smoked Potato Salad and Black Garlic Vinaigrette. This is an amazing preparation, and it took us two weeks just to make the Black Garlic, so enjoy every bite! Last, who could deny the allure of Olive Oil-Rosemary Cake with Figs, Honey and Creme Fraiche for dessert? Not us!The extremely talented Michael Chick passionately crafts you cocktails with meaning and feeling at the bar.