This Sunday is our anniversary. Like a good wine, Nook has been laying on its side for ten years now, and we’re drinking better than ever. Come join us September 14th for a three course, $20 Dinner that’s been a decade in the making. Barley with Kale, Green Harissa, Plums and Yogurt will delight you with the flavorful wisdom it gained along the way. Wild Sockeye Salmon with Summer Corn and Roasted Mushrooms feels better than ever. And the Bittersweet Chocolate Cake with Caramel and Whipped Cream for dessert is as delicious as the youth we wasted, but we have no regrets. Michael draws upon his vast experience to dazzle you at the bar. Depicted left: last Sunday’s Albacore with Anchovy Roasted Carrot.
Chef James is devising something for you to enjoy tonight, September 8th, involving Dover Sole with tasty accompaniments. I can't tell you exactly what it will be, as he's still composing at the time of writing. You'll just have to trust us like you always do and come on in. I can say with confidence that it will be imaginative, delicious, expertly executed and an utter bargain that will leave you completely delighted for just $12. Laundry Day at Nook: just trust us, man!
Football season is finally here, which means it is time to put on your game-face and get in for Sunday Dinner. Join us for three quarters of non stop action for just $20 (you can do what you like with the fourth quarter). This Sunday, September 7th an Avocado and Mexican Street Corn Salad opens the dinner with a flavor scoring drive. You might pick up a penalty flag for excessive moaning as you enjoy Albacore Tuna with Anchovy Roasted Carrots and Saffron Butter. Got a bruise? Rub some Poundcake with Peaches and Cream on it for dessert. Evan calls plays at the bar.
Looking for a reason to live it up? Nook is turning ten this month, and we’re going to celebrate every Tuesday by offering a selection of $10 bottles of wine. Come by and enjoy our artfully crafted food with a nice bottle that will leave some change in your bank account. We only turn ten once!
It seems that imparting some oakiness into your favorite heirloom cocktail is all the rage these days, and we wanted in on the fun. What you see behind Cesar in the picture at the left is one of our house specialties aging away ever so nicely in an oak barrel I picked up down at the docks. Want to find out what it is? You’ll have to wait until early October, as it takes six weeks to mature. Want to find out what's in the other one? You'll have to wait three more weeks after that! Don't worry, I'll remind you.