Friday, January 25, 2008

Nook and Canny

Nook, a tiny restaurant in Hell's Kitchen, has the feel of a hobby, rather than of a business. It does not make much of an effort to please or attend on you, but its food is fresh, delicious and comforting. I had egg benedict for brunch, and it was so tasty that I went back for dinner the next day. The beef tenderloin, a special, was juicy and firm. The restaurant does not serve alcohol, but you can bring your own bottle, a good way to save money and to drink your preferred poison.

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