We’ll all become time travelers this Sunday, March 8th as we leap forward in time. We can only imagine what things will be like, but if I was to prognosticate, I would say our three course Sunday Dinner will be tastier than ever and still cost just $20. Dock your flying vehicle and start off with Charred Eggplant, Crispy Chickpeas and Spiced Yogurt. We’re bound to have a food replicator in the kitchen by then, and Chef James will be rearranging molecules to fashion you Grilled Chicken with Spring Vegetable Risotto and Mushroom Broth. And you won’t care if Big Brother is watching as you enjoy Meyer Lemon Pound Cake with Lemon Curd for dessert. Michael does origami at the bar. Left: eggplant chars in the future.
Laundry Day is the weekly event at Nook that makes you feel like you’re riding into the new week on the back of a dragon. Grab the reigns and join us tonight, Monday, March 2nd when we serve up Baked Lentils and Merguez with Poached Egg and a Petite Salad for just $12 . And what does an Empress like yourself prefer to wash it down with? How about a delicious glass of organic Tempranillo for just $7? Go forth and sink your talons into life!
Step right in to Nook Bistro folks because we have the cure for what ails hungry West-Siders this Sunday, March 1st. Pay just $20 and you too can get a taste of the three course miracle elixir that everyone is talking about. Looking for shinier, healthier skin? You’ll see immediate results with Cannellini Bean, Radish, Parsley, Olive and White Anchovy. For the first time ever we’re serving Duck Breast with Sweet Potato Puree, Kale and Smoked Cherry Compote. It contains no snake oil but it cures your hunger and fills you with delight just the same. And if you’re feeling a little out of sync with the universe, a Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Kumquats will realign you in no time. Michael conducts his famous Bar Olive Circus for your amusement, and reminds you that red wine contains antioxidants.
It’s that screwy, ballyhooey day of the week again. We know you were up all night celebrating Ida’s triumph as Best Foreign Language Film, and we have just the thing to help you recover from your Oscar night hangover. Come by tonight February 23rd, and get yourself a plate of our Spicy Pork Meatballs with Polenta for just $12. Laundry Day at Nook: there’s nothing “phoney” or even “super coney” about it.
We can’t compete with the talented and dashing Neil Patrick Harris, but we’ll do our best to be charming hosts if you join us on February 22. Our $20 Sunday Dinner, like Mr. Patrick Harris, is a “triple threat!” Sing with Beet, Maytag Blue, Citrus and Dill as your starter. Grilled Chicken, Roasted Mushrooms, Tomatillo and Polenta dance in a chorus line on your plate. And the Chocolate Brioche Bread Pudding with Chocolate Sauce and Whipped Cream’s portrayal of your dessert will move you to tears. Michael hauntingly embodies the role bartender.