I really love this place. Sad that they had closed recently. The mushroom cigars were the best! Hopefully they will reopen somewhere.
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Waited outside 20 minutes for brunch at noon on a Sunday. Small (tiny) nook aptly named. Intimate, cozy milieu with just a sole server. Good coffee, very crunchy-crusted bread, really tasty bacon scrambled eggs with yummy mashed potatoes and delicious salad. We ordered a side...More
We had breakfast here on a Saturday morning. The food was fresh and delicious. I love tiny, pocket-sized cafes. This was perfect for our weekend in the city. Cash only. The scrambles and pierogis hit the spot!
We discovered this place while walking downtown after the Macy's parade. It's an intimate space with great service and food. I ordered the scrambled eggs with goat cheese and spinach and my husband had the scramble with sausage. Eggs come with a delicious side of...More
We found this restaurant through TripAdvisor, and it did not disappoint. We were there on a Sunday, and we were very surprised it was not more full. They don't have a liquor license, but you can bring your own wine. You also have to pay...More
Our original dinner plans changed due to unforeseen circumstances. While walking up 9th Avenue we came across Nook, possible the smallest restaurant I have ever seen! Ramon invited us in, got us situated and proceeded to care for us as though we were long time...More
Have a brunch here, you won't be disappointed. A healthier more rewarding food. We ate Eggs Benedict with salmon and one without. Both came with a light delicious mash potato type side. Will definitely visit when I'm next in New York. It's fairly small and...More
We visited Nook restaurant for Brunch and were we in for a pleasant surprise. The food here is superb. Honestly, it was a pleasant surprise as one would not have a great set of expectations if we looked at the restaurant at a glance from...More