Welcome to Sunday Supper at the Nome Schoolhouse – a delightful dining event that takes you back to the warm embrace of Grandma’s Sunday meals. Nestled within the walls of a historic 100-year-old schoolhouse, this unique atmosphere brings together the charm of yesteryears and the essence of down-home cooking.
As you step inside, you’ll be welcomed by the nostalgic aura of the schoolhouse, with its creaky wooden floors, vintage chalkboards, and antique furnishings. The inviting scent of your made from scratch meal being prepared will great you as you walk towards the dining room. As you settle into your seat at the family-style table the soft, warm light will pour through the old-fashioned windows, casting a gentle glow over the diners, enhancing the feeling of camaraderie and togetherness.
Expect delights such as, Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Biscuits with Honey Butter, Garlic Bacon Green Beans, Mac n’ Cheese, Corn on the Cob. All of this served family style around your table. The clinking of silverware and murmuring of voices will be heard as each table passes around the dishes and shares in this dining experience together – as families, old friends, and maybe new friends. Conversations flow effortlessly as strangers become friends over shared stories and the love for good old-fashioned cooking.
No Sunday gathering would be complete without dessert, and you won’t be disappointed. A sweet finale awaits, featuring Apple and Peach Pie.
Throughout the meal, the friendly staff members will be available to pour you a drink at the bar and to answer your questions about the Schoolhouse.
As you bid farewell to this Sunday Supper experience you carry with you the memories of a heartwarming experience, rekindling the nostalgia of grandma’s kitchen and leaving you eager to return for another taste of down-home goodness.