Nido opens in Woodridge Tonight – Looks Amazing

2214 Rhode Island Avenue, NE

Another eagerly anticipated opening – Nido – opens tonight!

“Our two-level, 80-seat restaurant serves eclectic Mediterranean cuisine.
The space and the menu are inspired by co-owner Erin Lingle’s time spent abroad, and aims to create ‘a place to sit down’ to snack and imbibe with family, friends, and neighbors.

Dinner 5:30-10:30pm Tuesday-Sunday
Bar open until 12am Tuesday-Thursday & Sunday, 1am Friday & Saturday Weekend brunch service coming soon”


Photos courtesy Nido and you can see their opening menu here:

Final Menu (PDF)

10 Comment

  • Yum! I am a neighbor and walked by the space this weekend. It was looking great!

    I am admittedly skeptical about small plates and the lack of prices on the menu, but I am still really excited to see these guys open. Great to have a sit-down dining option in the neighborhood. If I can afford it, I will be there frequently.

  • I’m reservedly excited, but I feel like it’s okay at this point to complain about no prices on the menu. Come on guys. So lame.

  • Gorgeous interior design. I love that tile on the floor! :-O

  • I was there for a special friends and family reception and it was amazing food and drinks. My favorite was the roasted chicken thigh (I don’t even like chicken! It’s so boring!) and the patatas bravas. Also try the house made ricotta with the blistered Shishito peppers. There’s a really nice seating area and bar downstairs as well.

  • justinbc

    Looks really cute. They definitely nailed the fresh, Mediterranean vibe.

  • I ate there last night for the last day of its soft opening. It was delicious. The anchovies snack was great, as were the pastas. The small plates were pretty sizable as well. All in all, it’s definitely a place to check out.

  • That TILE! It’s beautiful. Would love to know more about it.

  • I ate there last night with a friend. Between the two of us we had 3 snacks and 2 small plates and we left really full. So even though they are marketed as small plates, they are not really “small.” We had the almonds, homemade ricotta (amazing!) and roasted vegetable snacks, and the pork shoulder (my fav!) and octopus. I was really looking forward to dessert but I was so incredibly stuffed that I couldn’t even look at a dessert menu.

    BTW the prices are on the menu that is linked to this post.

  • The plates are double what I’m used to calling “small plates” while being similar in price. Pretty awesome place! Prices are on the menu now, btw.

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