Join us tonight, Monday, November 10th for the kind of awesome Southern cooking that we do better than anybody on the block. We’ll be serving up Fried Catfish with Grits and Macque Choux for just $12. What the heck is Macque Choux, we hear you ask? It’s not the sound you make when you sneeze. It’s a Southern style vegetable medley of Corn, Pepper and Tomato that’s like Dixieland for your taste buds. Laundry Day at Nook, putting the Hot Jazz in Mondays.
You could go all the way to Commander’s Palace in New Orleans for a meal like our Sunday Dinner on November 9th, or you could come by Nook and enjoy three amazing courses right here for $20. River boat captains love our Shaved Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Cheddar, Red Onion and Whole Grain Mustard Vinaigrette. Blackened Catfish with Black Eyed Peas, Greens and Celery Root Remoulade is like a well organized party, thrown by friends. And we don’t have a jazz trio but the Chocolate Pot de Creme with Whipped Cream and Caramel is like music to the taste buds. Michael tends bar in a Dixieland Hat.
Our Barrel Aged Perfect Manhattan is just two weeks away from being finished. If you haven’t tried one of our barrel aged cocktails yet I don’t know what you’re waiting for! The smoothness and complexity of these potions will beguile, delight, and mildly intoxicate you. Currently we’re pouring the amazing Oak Aged Tequila Negroni and I just love it. We’re about to run out, so if you want a taste, better come in tonight! Thank you to barrel aged cocktail enthusiast Ankur Chakraborty for the photo.
Now that Halloween weekend is over, we’re willing to bet that your lair is littered with dangerous candy-like substances. That’s why we’ve instituted an exchange program. Bring us your sugary treats today, November 3rd and we’ll safely “dispose” of them for you. In exchange we’ll give you an amazing meal of Chilean Seabass with Pimento Cheese Grits for just a $12 processing fee, no questions asked. Laundry Day at Nook: keeping you safe from Candy Corns.
No one knows for sure how many times The Nook Gala of Pumpkins has occurred, or when this tradition started, or even who started it. What I can tell you about this mysterious event is that it’s filled with darkness and evil, wielded carefully for your amusement by your friends at Nook Bistro. Come by tonight and dine by glowing gourd as they gently illuminate and mildly haunt the evening. If you’re too busy trick or treating tonight, come by tomorrow when the pumpkins start to get truly frightening.