The original all in one meal known as Laundry Day at Nook returns to soothe your soul this Monday, June 2nd. Take a break from the tumble with a hearty feast of Andouille Red Beans and Rice and a Petite Market Salad. The whole extravaganza only costs you $12! And if that wasn’t enough, we’ll have $5 Anchor Lagers and $20 bottles of White Bordeaux to go with it. There's only one way to start off your week properly: Nook Bistro style!
Call Chef James the greatest matchmaker ever! He introduced Shortcake and Rhubarb at a party last weekend, they hooked up with Basil, and it's been nothing but heaven ever since. Check out the sweet result of their lovefest: Cornmeal Shortcake with Rhubarb, Red Wine Syrup and Basil. It's unbelievably good! Get in to the restaurant and get your taste buds in on the action.
In other news, we have an absolutely outstanding new entree. Come by and enjoy Loch Etive Ocean Trout. If you’re not familiar with this kind of fish, it’s the mild, clean tasting cousin of Salmon, and it looks a lot like Salmon too. We’re serving it over Charred Eggplant with Pickled Grapes and Curried Carrot Broth. James' menu from our recent wine dinner helped inspired this creation, and we liked it so much we kept it on the roster. Come and get it!
There’s no school Monday, so why not join us May 25th for our $20 Sunday Dinner? Start off with a salad that has one foot in Summer: Peach, Pickled Red Onion, Mozzarella and Wild Arugula. Next, get your Grilled Chicken with Baby Spinach, Sweet Peppers, Hummus and Salsa Verde. And hello, what’s this for dessert? Strawberry Shortcake and Whipped Cream! Evan is your man on the bar. It's a party weekend folks, so let’s do this next take with some feeling!
Alright people, it's the beginning of a new week. We want you to make this one count, and we're here to get you started off right! Join us tonight, Monday, May 19th and we'll help you hit the ground running. Get in on Crispy Durham Ranch Pork Loin served over a Market Salad for just $12. If you need that additional push, we'll have $20 bottles of Domaine Saladin Grenache/Syrah blend from the famous Rhone Valley, so no excuses!