We’re 3!

Nightingale celebrated its Third Anniversary on October 9th. Thanks to all for the support and love over the last 3 years. We are looking forward to many more.

Tuesday Date Night!

Tuesday Date Night

Grilled Romaine
caeser dressing, white anchovies, croutons
Beef Heart Tostada
guajillo sauce, avocado puree, queso fresco

Potato Gnocchi
hen of the woods, preserved tomatoes
Fried Quail
white grits, creamed spinach

Lemongrass Panna Cotta
muskmelon soup, sesame brittle
Chocolate Pot de Creme
sweet crema, fleur de sel

Add a bottle of wine: $20
Rose, Gamling & McDuck, Napa Valley 2014
Cabernet Franc, Couly Dutheil, France 2013

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!

Nightingale will be closed tonight until 10:00pm for a special event. We apologize for any inconvenience.

3rd Annual “An Embarrassment of Tomatoes” Dinner

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 Bianco, San Francesco 2014

Tomato Brined Pork Loin
Cajun boudin, fermented pepper-tomato paste
Rosso Conero, Moroder 2012

Grilled Tomato Pound Cake
buckwheat ice cream, tomato honey
Gemma del Sole Bianco Passito, 2008 Ippolito

$75, reservations are required. Please call 612.354.7060 or email info@nightingalempls.com

Our First Wine Tasting Event

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

Taste 50: Women rule Minnesota food scene

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, of course, drawn by the late hours (the kitchen cooks to 1 a.m. daily), the welcoming surroundings, a splashy cocktail roster and, most especially, the eclectic menu of scrupulously prepared shared plates, large and small (including a cheeseburger that can be described only as epic), from chef/co-owner Carrie McCabe-Johnston.

View full article at Star Tribune