Nightingale will be closed from 3:00pm-10:00pm tonight, Sunday September 13th, for a private event. We will reopen at 10:00. Congratulations to Molly and Ben!
Posts By: Carrie McCabe-Johnston
Nightingale will be closed tonight until 10:00pm for a special event. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please join us on August 31st at 7:00 as we celebrate our favorite summer ingredient, Tomatoes! Shiso Cured Fluke grilled tomato consommé, sungolds ————————— Falanghina ‘Caulino’, Michele Alois 2014 Nightingale Tomato Salad cottage cheese, kalamata puree, milkweed capers ————————— Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo (Rosato), Valforte 2014 Pasta alla Chitarra uni, nori, tomato passatta ————————– Tramonti Costa d’Amalfi… Read more »
Tonight we will be serving Pan Roasted Halibut with Local Tomato Gazpacho and Black Olive Aioli
Elegant Nightingale has an equally elegant burger that’s not too overwrought but hits all the right notes with 50/50 chuck and brisket, aged cheddar, tomato, romaine and aioli. $9 from 4 to 6 p.m. everyday. Add a Hamms for a buck.
Explore Riesling Tuesday June 23rd, 5:00-7:00 Rieslings from Oregon and Germany Robert Weil Estate Dry Trocken 2013 Rheingau Germany Paetra Oregon Selbach-Oster Spatlese Small Plate Specials Learn More about Riesling with: Bill Hooper, Winemaker at Paetra Wines Taylor Stein, The Wine Company Call for Reservations 612.354.7060
Where would the state’s thriving food scene be without women? Nowhere, that’s where. For the 10th anniversary of the Taste 50, we’re taking a look at the visionary chefs, restaurateurs, bartenders, bakers, writers and entrepreneurs who are making Minnesota a food-lover’s haven. Where do restaurant industry types hang out for after-work food and drink? Nightingale,… Read more »
Ever since Nightingale first opened their doors in an elegantly converted bodega in Minneapolis’ Whittier neighborhood, we knew we could count on them for small plates, late night eats, and gorgeously crafted cocktails. Since those early days in the fall of 2012, the restaurant has evolved into a part of the fabric of the neighborhood…. Read more »
My kitchen chat with Carrie McCabe Johnston, chef and co-owner of Nightingale, begins and ends with a kiss. She owns the place with her partner of 19 years, Jasha Johnston, and they’ve been married “for seven or eight of those, I think.” Though they’ve been joined at the hip for the almost three years that… Read more »