La Grange, IL, June 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Nicksons 5th Annual Lobster Fest Returns June 16-20.
Chef Nick Baca and co-founder of Nicksons Eatery will create different Lobster preparations: grilled, boiled, slow simmered...like "Whole Split Roasted Lobster", "Lobster Chowder in a Bread Bowl", "Spicy Lobster Cobb Salad", and more. It's all good, very good. Everyone will be able to share in Nicksons' love for Lobster this summer as Nicksons Eatery presents Lobster Fest from June 16th - June 20th.
Nicksons co-founder, Rich Baca is in on Lobster Fest too, bringing back the signature "Vodka Lobster Martini", shaken with vodka, reduced lobster broth and garnished with a beautiful lobster claw. Delicious craft microbrew draft beers will be featured from Illinois' own Emmet's Brewing and Chicago's Revolution Brewing Company.
This year the festivities will expand outside - featuring the "Alley Party" on both Friday June 19th and Saturday, June 20th - Featuring Live Music from different Indie Artists.
"We know that people will want to go out to eat this summer, and to be able to have a perfectly prepared Maine lobster straight from the ocean to downtown La Grange, to your table at Nicksons Eatery is a pretty tempting treat. During Lobster Fest, we are preparing Lobsters differently, we've had fun coming up with some of our favorite ways to present it," explains Chef Nick Baca. "We are excited once again to bring Northeastern Regional Cuisine to the Midwest," say Nicksons co-founders.
About Nicksons Eatery
Nicksons Eatery, located in downtown La Grange, is the creation of partners Nick Baca, his wife Carson Baca, and his brother Rich Baca. With a rich sense of American pride, the team is pleased to make their mark on the La Grange food culture, delivering compelling regional American fare with big bold flavors.
This new restaurant concept is strongly influenced by the rich character of downtown LaGrange. Literally translated, "La Grange" is French for "the barn" and every aspect of the concept--the food, the inviting atmosphere, and the charming space--are meant to reflect the warmth and abundance of rural culture: tin ceilings, rustic hardwood floors, raw wood accents, and family style seating give a timeless feeling and a familiarity that aptly sets the mood for the meal.
Always mindful of the seasons, Nicksons' robust and flavorful dishes are inspired by regional specialties across the US.
See Nicksons Eatery as featured in the Recommended Michelin Restaurant Guide, Zagat Guide, Chicago Magazine, Urban Spoon, Trip Advisor, Best of the Suburbs Guide, Center Stage, Yelp, West Suburban Living, Tribune Local, Pioneer Press, the Suburban Life Newspaper, Check, Please! and Chicago's ABC 7 News - The Hungry Hound.