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 »
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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 »
Forget to make your Mothers Day Brunch reservations? Bring your Mama to Nightingale for dinner this Sunday between 4pm-1am. We will show her such a good time with our new Spring menu, she’ll never know you forgot.
Tuesday Date Night begins today! For $20/person, we are offering a three course menu. Tonights options are: Sweet Pea Hush Puppies with Pea & Ramp Remoulade OR Bibb Lettuce Salad with Radishes, Grilled Red Onions & Buttermilk Dressing Red Wine Pappardelle with Bay Scallops, Ramps & Asparagus OR Grilled Sausages with accompaniments OR Masa Gnochi… Read more »
We will be closed this evening for our Sociable Cider Werks dinner. We will reopen at 10pm with our regular menu. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Celebrate spring with our gluten free Sociable Cider Werks dinner. 5-course dinner with cider pairings. Monday, April, 27th at 7pm. $60 per person. Please call the restaurant for reservations. Sociable Menu
Carrie McCabe Johnston studied art history in college but unexpectedly found herself a mother at age 19. “I had to cook for a family,” she said. “I started reading cookbooks and getting more and more interested in food and ingredients and less and less interested in my studies in college.” McCabe Johnston had been working… Read more »
There are still a few openings for reservations for Easter Brunch, we will be open from 10:00am-2:30pm, then closed for the evening.
In which category is Nightingale your Favorite? Best Minneapolis Restaurant, Best Restaurant for Romance, Best Happy Hour, Best Cocktails, Best Brunch, Best Fries, Best Bloody Mary. Pick one or pick ‘em all! Voting ends April 5th.