You’ll have your work cut out for you washing all of those bandages on Monday. Take a break and let Nook do the cooking. Join us this Monday, October 28 for the all in one meal for just $12 known as Laundry Day. We’ll be featuring our absolutely delicious Tasso Stew over Cornbread with a Petite Market Salad on the side. Laundry Day at Nook gets you replenished and back to your sepulcher in no time. Regular menu always available as well.
If there’s something you should know about our Sunday Dinner it’s that there are few more satisfying ways to spend $20. Come join us for three courses that straddle the line between bacon and wine this Sunday, October 20. Your natural reflex will be to devour the salad of Shaved Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, Cheddar, Red Onion and Whole Grain Mustard Vinaigrette. If you’re hungry like the wolf then you’ll definitely enjoy our notorious Blackened Catfish with Greens, Blackeye Peas and Celery Root Remoulade. Forget saving a prayer til the morning after, just save room for the Bitter Chocolate Pot de Creme with Whipped Cream and Caramel Sauce. Any one of Mr. Chick’s fine cocktails could be the phoenix to your flame.
We have a very compelling reason for you to join us on Monday and it’s called Laundry Day. You don't have to walk over hot coals to join us for the all in one meal that inspires you to your full potential for just $12. Get your week started off right this Monday, October 21 with a house favorite: Fried Catfish with all the fixins (Blackeye Peas, Greens, Cornbread and Tartar Sauce). If that wasn’t enough to move you, we have free corkage on Mondays and $5 Hi-Balls at Happy Hour. Regular menu always available too.
Some highly spirited Punches are splashing down for the weekends at Nook this month. Come by and enjoy a serving of Michael’s complex and beautifully balanced creations. This weekend we’ll feature Red October: a punch spiked with Apple Brandy, a bit of Campari and Prosecco.
Nook doesn't really have a corn maze. That was just a ploy to get you to open the email. Instead, lose yourself in another satisfying $20 Sunday Dinner this Sunday, October 13. Start off with our version of the Autumn hayride, a salad of Persimmon, Fennel, Pomegranate, Wild Arugula and Curry Vinaigrette. This is one of my favorite salads ever! You won't need to purchase extra tickets to enjoy the Cider Braised Pork Shoulder with Escarole, Apple and Cavatelli Pasta. And I’ll take Chef James' Apple-Apple Cake with Bourbon Caramel the over Kettle Corn any day. And yes, we said Apple-Apple. Michael oversees the petting zoo of cocktails.