Nightingale on Lyndale now open

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Courtesy Nightingale Facebook page
Late night still means a full menu at Nightingale, now open on Lyndale

After a successful and very hush-hush soft opening on Monday evening, Nightingale, a new late-night spot in Whittier focused on drinks and small plates, officially opened its doors to the public at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Here's a sneak peek at what's on the menu:

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In addition to a small but respectable beer and wine program, the manageable menu is divided into small plates, salads, snacks, and bruschetta. 

Snacks include spicy fried chickpeas, and a pickle plate with beets, green beans, and carrots. Bruschetta options rotate regularly, but Nightingale is starting out with a grilled mushroom version and one with smoked crab.

In the salad department, Nightingale has a grilled Caesar with anchovies and a seasonally inspired market salad with greens, figs, fennel, dry jack cheese, and walnut dressing. Small plates offer plenty to mix and match, such as deviled eggs, Brussels sprouts with bacon, steak tartare with sunchokes, and seared scallops with grapes and almond.

This menu is served daily from 4 p.m. until 1 a.m., and owners Carrie McCabe-Johnston and Jasha Johnston plan to start brunch service this Sunday at 10 a.m.

Nightingale
2551 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis


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VisitLakeStreet
VisitLakeStreet

@chowcee Us too! Though everything on our six mile corridor counts as "close to home." Still!

VisitLakeStreet
VisitLakeStreet

@luschnee Pretty much. I'm excited to hear more about the menu! Reviews should be rolling in anytime…

emilymsp
emilymsp

@citypages : i read "nightmare on lyndale". which could refer to many things, but probs to whenever the pedal pub stops at the cc club.

Ross Levine
Ross Levine

Have never heard of this place, but it sounds cool, thanks for the heads up.

luschnee
luschnee

@VisitLakeStreet it looks really cute inside. I love the location- might never have to leave that block now!

VisitLakeStreet
VisitLakeStreet

@luschnee If you lived and worked nearby, that would be perfect. Hermit-y, but perfect.

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