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11628 Santa Monica Blvd #9
Los Angeles, CA 90025

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Happiness Means Many Things To Many People...

Tonight, Wednesday, August 19th happiness means Happy Hour at the communal table and counter all evening long. Get yourself some half priced small plates and $5 drink selections, and then declare the "eternal yes" on the middle of the week. That’s $3.50 for our legendary Crispy Brussels and $4.50 for Mac and Cheese, or you could try a Happy Hour exclusive, Blistered Shisito Peppers for $3.


Spaghetti + Meatballs = Laundry Day!

Start off a new cycle with us tonight, Monday, August 17th. We’re serving up a fan favorite, Spaghetti and Meatballs! At just $12 you’ll have enough quarters left over for a glass of Montepulciano to go with it. Laundry Day at Nook: roll with it!


Check Out The Tasty Hemlines On Sunday Dinner.

Chef James has masterfully seamed together another form fitting menu for our August 16th Sunday Dinner. Weft thread your way through a delightful Smoked Fish Salad to start. Enjoy Buttermilk Brined Chicken Breast with White Bean Hummus, Roasted Okra and Tomato, tastefully hemmed with Salsa Verde. You may need some stay tape as you dive into the crosswise folds of Pound Cake, Peaches and Cream! Michael is cute as a button at the bar.


Go To Madras For All Night Happy Hour Tonight.

We’re continuing our ritual of conducting Happy Hour all night long at the Communal Table and Counter tonight, August 12th. It’s by far the most convivial happening in the area. As usual we’ll be offering half off almost all of our small plates in addition to $5 wine and cocktail selections. Tonight we’re reacquainting ourselves with the Madras, a kitsch cocktail classic, for just $5 too. The week may only be half over, but you don’t have to wait to celebrate at Nook.


Tasty Misnomers Are Our Specialty.

Recently I read that “Panama Hat” is a misnomer because the style is actually a product of Ecuador, and that Americans began calling it that when President Theodore Roosevelt famously appeared in one. Nook commits a similar error every week. We call our Monday special Laundry Day but we only serve it at night! What isn’t in question however is that you won’t find a better deal for an artistically crafted meal tonight, August 9th. Chef James is going to serve Fried Catfish with some sort of amazing Southern flair for just $12. It’s the meal we call Laundry Day, even though it’s at night.