Treat yourself while doing your Holiday shopping this year! For every $100 you spend in gift certificates at Nightingale, receive a $20 gift certificate for yourself.
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We have a lot to be thankful for here at Nightingale! So, we are taking the day off to celebrate with our family and friends. Back to business as usual at 4pm on Friday November 28th.
Nightingale is turning 2 years old on Thursday October 9th! Please come celebrate with us and enjoy some bubbles as we toast to our continued success.
Please join us for our 2nd Annual Tomato Dinner on Monday, September 15th at 7:00. Six courses of tomato focused dishes, each paired with Italian Wines from The Wine Company. For reservations, call 612.354.7060 Click to view menu: Tomato Dinner Menu
Please Join us Monday, June 16th at 7:00pm for a 6 Course ($65) dinner with wines from Bourget Imports. Call 612.354.7060 to make your reservations.
Please join us Thursday, April 24th as we will be participating in the very important “Dining Out For Life”. 25% of your food bill will be donated to The Aliveness Project, which assists adults and children living with and affected by Aids/HIV.
Please join us on Monday, January 27th for a 5 course dinner paired with beers from Rush River Brewing Company. Tickets are $55 and are available now for the 6:30 seating. Call (612.354.7060) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve your seats now!
Make your Holiday Shopping a little easier with a Gift Certificate to Nightingale! Purchase $100 worth and receive a $20 gift certificate for yourself!
Sunday Supper-Every Sunday night, enjoy a three course prix fixe dinner ($35) Taco Tuesday-A new taco every Tuesday for $4 Wednesday Fish Special-$14 Half Priced Wine Thursday DJ’s from 10pm-2am Sunday-Thursday See you Soon!
Thanks to the cooking smarts of chef/co-owner Carrie McCabe-Johnston, the classic California cheeseburger ($12, with fries) lives a very good life at Nightingale. Brimming with a big, bold beefy bite, the quarter-pound patty is a half-and-half mix of chuck and a fat-laced brisket. The patties are fried, caramelizing in their own juices. A gutsy four-year-old… Read more »