Please note that Nook will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We will be open our normal hours on New Year’s Eve, and we’ll be doing a few special items in addition to our regular menu to celebrate. Nook will be closed on both New Year’s Day and Monday, January 2nd. Please make a note of it!
Don’t believe anything you read on the internet about our three course dinner for Sunday, December 18th. An Arugula Salad with Winter Citrus, Edamame, and Radish? Sounds Russian to us. Reports that we’re serving a Grilled Hanger Steak with Miso Butter, Broccolini and Celery Root Puree are flat out absurd, but people are buyin’ it. And a guy just came in here from Arizona with a large spoon looking for Blueberry Bread Pudding with Whipped Cream. Arthur remains skeptical at the bar.
Nook Bistro officials are conducting an investigation into why the announcement of December 11th’s Sunday Dinner is a day late. First, we’re going to grill a Caesar Salad for answers (that’s a Grilled Caesar Salad with Parmesan and Crostini). Pan Roasted Chicken Breast with Hummus, Grilled Vegetables and Olive Tapenade is next on the hot seat. Chocolate Cake with Dark Cherry Compote and Whipped Cream always squeals in the end. Reed shakes up the inquiry with some cocktails.
“It’s the most wonderful time of year,” sing some of ye landlubbers. But if the holidays make ye feel like yer in the bilge, yer mates at Nook have just the thing for ya’. Join us tonight, December 5th for a fine basket of Fried Catfish n’ Chips with Slaw and Remoulade. It’s just the thing to get ye hummin’ yer Christmas chanteys again. Mondays at Nook keep ya’ afloat. Photo by Huong "No Beard" Nguyen (Mac n’ Cheese not included).
It rides into town this Sunday night, December 4th, packing three courses underneath its coat. French Onion Soup strolls up to the saloon in a melty, gooey mess. The townspeople cower from a mean Grilled Hanger Steak with Chimichurri, Brussels Sprouts Hash and Cauliflower Puree. Don’t worry though, the story finishes with a sweet Chocolate Pot de Creme. Arthur draws first with handcrafted cocktails at the bar. Photo by Huong "The Outlaw" Nguyen.