To provide more options to the local community in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, The Nook in Celina opened its doors this week as planned. Located in Light Farms, the restaurant kicks off service with a “quarantine menu” that features a variety of plates, flatbreads, kid-friendly bites and sweets.
With more than three decades of combined experience in the restaurant industry, The Nook is owned and operated by Noah Partridge and Anthony Morel. Most recently, Partridge was the beverage director at Crudo Wood Fired Tavern in Frisco. Morel, a Celina resident, has experience as a managing partner in other neighborhood restaurant concepts.
Flatbreads and plates both start at $8. Sure-to-be fan favorites include the mac and cheese made with cavatappi pasta, white cheddar cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, panko herbs and parsley flakes; and the pacific coast flatbread with shredded chicken, red onion, avocado and ranch drizzle. A burger is being developed and will be added to the menu in the next week.
When full service begins, Partridge and Morel will expand the kitchen, market and café concept to have a more globally inspired menu.
Of course, all food is currently only offered through curbside pick-up until dine-in service is permitted again. Open seven days a week, curbside pick-up is available from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. Orders can be called in ahead at (469) 481-2353.
Menus updates will be made at The Nook CKMC Facebook.
1230 Homestead Court (Light Farms)
Celina, Texas 75009