You could spend tonight at home thinking of clever ways to make your life better (like using a drink coozie to cover the gear shifter in your car on hot days), or you could join us for Laundry Day at Nook! Tonight, August 31st we’ll be serving up Chef James' Meat and Hummus Plate with Salad for just $12. And if that isn’t genius enough for you, how about trying a brand new Rye Lager from Great Divide to go with it? Hey, that beats using a clean dustpan to fill a container that doesn’t fit in your sink any day, right?
Nook has always been a “stud” in your Fantasy Bistro League, but our ADP (average draft position) is rising with this Sunday’s $20 three course dinner. It’s not a reach to take a Tuna Conserva Salad (made with olive oil poached tuna) as your first course. Our Grilled Ribeye with Pineapple and Maytag Blue Cheese is a winner by committee. And a sumptuous Yellow Nectarine Cobbler with Creme Fraiche is a lock in all scoring formats. Michael is on bye but Reed plays flex at the bar. Draft starts August 30th at 5:30.
You’ve made it halfway through the week, which means the tide has turned in your favor. Come by and declare an early victory with us tonight, August 26th when we celebrate your achievement with an all night Happy Hour at our bar and communal table. We’ll be pouring $5 Sangria and serving up small plates at half off the normal menu price. Nook Bistro and you: hasta la victoria!
If you want to feel like you’re galloping into a new week riding on the back of a Minotaur, then join us for dinner tonight, August 24th for Laundry Day at Nook. Chef James will be serving up the best Tuna Conserva (that’s olive oil poached tuna) that you ever tasted with Radicchio, Cannellini and other accoutrements for just $12. Laundry Day at Nook: grab the new week by the horns!
Enjoying one of our $20 Sunday Dinners after reading about it is a wonderful way to encourage your taste buds to think critically about how each medium presented the same information. We invite you to join us on August 23rd for a comparison. For example, did the Chilled Street Corn Soup appear as streetwise as you imagined it? When you think about Albacore Tuna with Anchovy Roasted Carrots and Carrot Pesto as the main character, were there any qualities that Chef James included that I haven’t described here? And you’ll love assessing the Cornmeal Shortcake with Peaches and Cream’s portrayal of your dessert. Michael creates plot deviations at the bar with prose and spirit (depicted left: Nook staff engages in critical analysis).