Let’s get into the Cinco de Mayo spirit, shall we? Join us Monday, May 5th as we roll out tender and delicious Cochinita Pibil with Black Beans and Pickled Red Onion. Chef James takes you to the Yucatan and back for just $12. Cesar will be on the bar mixing up our house Margarita and we’ll have $5 glasses of Sangria too! It’s Dia de Lavanderia en el Nook Bistro!
What is Chef James in the mood for tonight? Grilled Chicken over Risotto Carbonara, that’s what! Join us this evening, April 28th for the weekly event called Laundry Day and get the aforementioned for just $12. Need further motivation to act? We've got $20 bottles of Cotes Du Rhone as well. Get your week started in proper fashion at Nook
This weekend marks the second anniversary of our beloved Sunday Dinner. Can you believe it? We were young and innocent back in 2012 when we opened the doors on Sunday evening for the first time. Barack Obama was in the White House, Janelle Monae was on the radio, and the three course Sunday Dinner was just $20... and still is! Come celebrate with us and keep the tradition going April 27th as we kick off a new year of Sunday Dinners. Start with a delicious Spring creation of Smashed English Peas with Mozzarella, Pickled Red Onion and Toast. Next, say “two” and dine on Alaskan Cod with Carrot Puree and Dandelion Greens. A Rhubarb Crumble with Vanilla Bean Gelato finishes off the celebration! Evan raises the bar.
Inspired by the saintly good deeds of our Runner, Enrique (aka Henry, aka Hank, aka Hankie), and a selfish desire to drink more Tequila, we give you the Saint Henry Sour. Made with Herencia Blanco, Benedictine, Lime and shaken aggressively with Egg Whites to give it that fine, foamy top, this is an extraordinary drink! Enjoy one before our bartenders’ biceps wear out from all that shaking.
Can’t wait until our wine dinner on May 6th to get the flavor? No problem. We’ve got something on hand to tease you with: Labyrinth’s Haka Viognier by the glass! We really like this wine that drinks like no other Viognier you’ve ever had. Winemaker Rick Hill skillfully balances restrained floral notes with a playful green apple tartness to bring you a dry Viognier with mouthwatering, food friendly acidity. Come by and get a sip on today.