Join us Sunday June 8th for a swashbuckling flavor adventure that takes your palate to three exotic locations in just as many courses for just $20. First, visit the sacred Temple of the Green Goddess and recover the mythical salad of Roasted Corn and Tomato bedecked with her treasured dressing. Next travel by land and sea, to discover the delicious wonders of Braised Lamb Neck with Smoked Cauliflower Puree, Hokkaido Scallop and Apricot. Finish with the sweet kiss of Buttermilk Panna Cotta and Strawberries. Evan will be serving cocktails out of crystal skulls. Watch out for poisonous arrows and that big rolling ball on your way out.
Our Sunday Dinner got into some legal trouble this week. It seems that it exceeded the amount of deliciousness and value allowed by existing flavor laws. Come by and help bail it out this Sunday, June 1st. Arraignment begins with a salad of Fried Oyster, Mixed Greens, Bacon, Pickled Shallot and Creamy Herbsaint Dressing. Blackened Catfish with Collard Greens, Blackeyed Peas and Celery Root Remoulade enters a very appetizing plea. And review the evidence with a lovely little Chocolate Pot de Creme with Caramel and Whipped Cream. Bail is set at $20. Evan drops the gavel on the bar.
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!