Unbeknownst to earthlings, meteor-like meatballs are currently approaching earth’s orbit. The meatballs, made of chicken and covered in roasted red pepper and tomato sauce, are set to pass through the atmosphere at Nook Bistro for All Night Happy Hour tonight. Intercept them at the Communal Table and Counter, and enjoy $5 wine and cocktail selections and cheap eats too. All Night Happy Hour at Nook: eat up, save earth.
Suddenly it’s October, which is just plain scary. Quell your fear and join us at Nook Bistro for Laundry Day, the $15 special on Mondays. Tonight, October 3rd, Chef Andy summonses Grilled Salmon with Beluga Lentils, Roasted Fennel and Dill Creme Fraiche from the vast culinary beyond. Laundry Day at Nook: it’s sure to reanimate you.
Our Sunday Dinner for October 2nd is like a harvest festival for the senses. Begin with wholesome gourd-based entertainment in the form of Kabocha Squash Soup with Balsamic Reduction and Herb Oil. Roasted Chicken Breast with Fall Succotash and Fennel Puree is like a hay ride behind an antique tractor. And a Pumpkin Pot de Creme for dessert is less messy than bobbing for apples. New guy Arthur makes drinks and does face painting at the bar.
We’ve cancelled the debate about where to eat dinner. Clearly you should dine at Nook Bistro. You don’t need to check the facts to know that our Monday Laundry Day special is the best deal around. Tonight, September 26th we’ll be serving up Shrimp Po’Boys with Mixed Greens for just $12. Nook Bistro: we love to moderate.
Allow the light of the Autumn moon to guide you to Nook on September 25th for another three course dinner. Somewhere a leaf will fall from a tree, but here leaves of Arugula descend upon you while Fresh Mozzarella, Pickled Red Onion, Toasted Almonds and Balsamic Vinaigrette accompany them gaily. The colors of Roasted Pork Shoulder with Creamy Polenta, Kale, Horseradish Crema and Gremolata are bright as mountain Aspen in October. Find new romance in an Apple Crumble with Whipped Cream. Reed harvests potent cocktails at the bar. Believe me, I know.