Rural Intelligence: The Online Magazine for Eastern New York, Western Connecticut and the Southern Berkshires
Monday, November 24, 2014
 
Search Archives:
Newsletters Signup
Close it

Newsletters Signup
Close it

RI Archives: Food

View past News articles.

View all past Food articles.


Baba Louie's

Verdigris Tea Shop

Berkshire Coop

Benchmark Real Estate

Olde Hudson

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week

Chez Nous Bistro

Nejaime's Wine Cellars

Lion's Den

Guido's Marketplace

Vivian Mandala Deisgn Studio

Bimi cheese shop

Chatham Wine & Liquor

Haven Cafe & Bakery

John Andrews Restaurant

Brava

[See more Food News articles]

RI Selects: Special Tasting Menus at Nudel

Rural Intelligence FoodIf you’re one of those people who have become passionate fans of Nudel in Lenox and are always looking for a new excuse to eat at Bjorn Somlo‘s four-month-old restaurant, you may want to help the young chef celebrate his 30th birthday this weekend. On Thursday, January 7, Bjorn will be offering an 8-course Big Pig Tasting menu for $75 and a five-course version for $55; if you’re cash or cholesterol conscious, you’ll still be able to order a bowl of pasta for $15. On Saturday, January 9, Bjorn will not only be cooking but he’ll be cooked for, too, when he serves up a special $80 Tasting Menu that will feature his own food (fluke ceviche with beets, smoky lemon and wasabi tobiko; sweetbread hot dog with balsamic onions and horseradish mustard) as well as dishes prepared by friends such as foie gras with Blue Moon shrooms, turnips and toasted bacon brioche by Paul Pearson of Blantyre and duck ragu with Rawson Brook chevre ravioli, fennel pollen and burnt orange by Daire Rooney of Brix. Less ambitious appetites can order individual plates at $15 each. And for these two special dinners, Bjorn is breaking his no-reservations policy, because he wants to make sure that he has full houses for his birthday meals.

Bjorn’s Birthday Dinners at Nudel
37 Church Street, Lenox; 413.551.7183

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

Posted by Dan Shaw on 01/03/10 at 05:12 PM • Permalink