Chef James and his kitchen elves will be cooking up an amazing dinner for all you good little boys and girls this Sunday, December 21st. Cannellini Beans with Radish, Parsley, Olives and White Anchovy gets the sleigh ride started. 9 out of 10 Reindeer love our Organic Chicken Thigh with Smoked Potato, Black Garlic Vinaigrette and Aioli. Cheesecake with Blueberry Compote beats a plate of cookies any day. Michael serves drinks to the naughty.
Couldn’t make it in for our gift card sale last week? We don’t want you to feel left out so here’s a deal for you: Get 15% off our online gift cards today, December 17th and tomorrow December 18th! Just follow the gift card link from above and use the code Nook510 at checkout. Give one to a friend, give one to yourself! Nook Treats: the holiday gift everyone secretly wants but is to shy to ask for.
You don’t have to make the trip to your chateau in the country to enjoy rustic French comfort tonight. Join us December 15th for Laundry Day when Chef James will be serving one of our all time favorites: Coq Au Vin. And speaking of vin, we’ll have the excellent Col de Mondo Montepulciano to pair with your dinner for just $20 a bottle. It’s the meal that warms you up for the week ahead, and it only costs $12: Laundry Day at Nook!
Need help with your holiday entertaining? We’ve got our legendary Mac and Cheese as well as our Shiitake and Gruyere Bread Pudding by the half sheet for $35 each. How about a dessert to get things cheery? Chocolate and Banana Bread Pudding ($35) and Key Lime Pie ($28) are here to free you up so you can keep wrapping away. Order by the end of the day on Friday, December 19th for pickup on Tuesday, December 23rd (that’s two days before Xmas folks, we’re not here on Christmas Eve.) Half sheets feed 10 to 12.
You don’t have to be a miserly, pre-transformation Scrooge type to appreciate three amazing courses for just $20, but that’s what you’ll get when you join us Sunday, December 14th. A visitation with French Onion Soup plays on your innocence and takes you back to your childhood. Instead of a prize turkey we’ll send you Blackened Catfish with Black-Eyed Peas, Collard Greens and Celery Root Remoulade for dinner. And Meyer Lemon Pound Cake for dessert transforms you into a kinder gentler person once and for all. Michael stirs the Dickens out of some cocktails.