Authorities at Nook Bistro caught up with Laundry Day over the weekend and brought it in for lock down. It seems the only way to get an interview with Grilled Chicken and Ratatouille over Polenta will be to come in during visiting hours tonight, January 11th. We open at 5:30
If you periodically enjoy good eating then get a table at Nook on January 10th for our $20 Sunday Dinner. Chef Andy has been assembling the menu proton by proton. A salad of Pear, Arugula, Candied Pecans and Shaved Parmesan held together by isotopes of Apricot Vinaigrette begins a tasty chain reaction. Grilled Yellowtail with Wild Rice Pilaf, Kabocha Squash, Golden Raisins and Coconut Emulsion has a long rate of decay on your palate. A Baked Apple with Vanilla Gelato and Caramel Sauce is like discovering a new element for dessert and proving its existence with every bite. Michael practices pure and applied cocktail chemistry at the bar.
Put the exclamation point on New Year’s weekend by joining us for our three course Sunday Dinner on January 3rd. The function begins with a Shrimp and Frisee Salad featuring pickled shallot, grapes and cherry peppers. Mushroom Stuffed Pork Loin with Spinach and Potato Gratin is the life of the party. And the festivities aren’t over until the Chocolate Pot de Creme sings. It all costs $20. Michael makes you excellent drinks.
The weather forecast for today, December 28th, is a high of 55 and a low of 43. Chef Andy is concerned that you might get cold and he’s prepping up some Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with Fennel Relish and Tomato Soup to warm you up. Laundry Day at Nook: keep cozy with us.
We’re ringing it and bringing it this year on NYE with a unique specially priced three course menu that includes a glass of bubbly or other wine for just $45. Check it out here. Our regular menu will be available as well, and our kitchen will be open normal hours.