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No Hassle Valentine’s Day

Come and enjoy a no hassle Valentine’s Day with great specials, easy parking and a great environment! Make your reservation today!

Celebrate Game Day with Our Scratch-Kitchen Catering

Place your order now through Thursday, January 31st! Call
 (617) 964-2665 (COOK) to order.

Game day pick-ups available on Sunday, February 3rd from 12:00PM – 5:00PM.

Catering Menu

(Each ½ Pan Feeds 10-12 Guests)

1/2 Pan of Korean BBQ Wings  $40.00

1/2 Pan Chicken Parmesan, Marinara sauce $60.00

1/2 Pan Meatballs, Marinara sauce  $30.00

1/2 Pan BBQ Brisket Sliders w/coleslaw, sweet BBQ, house pickles $40.00

1/2 Pan Macaroni & Cheese, ritzy cracker crumbs and lots of cheese  $30.00

1/2 Pan Hot Legs & thighs, Fried, tossed in house hot sauce  $50.00

Salted Caramel Chocolate Football Cake $36.00

Something’s Brewing in Metrowest

Check out Something’s Brewing in MetroWest on October 15, 2018 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM located at Jack’s Abby. Come support COOK. Restaurants and No Kid’s Hungry for a night of top chefs and craft brews. Each chef will have a tasting to pair with a Jack’s Abby brew.

Non-MRA members are $35 | MRA members $30.


Father’s Day

fathers day

Needham Goes Purple

Join COOK. Restaurants on June 4th, 2018 to support Alzheimer’s Association achieve their mission of a world without Alzheimer’s disease. We will be offering The Purple Butterfly, a drink where all proceeds will be donated to Alzheimer’s research. Our Needham and Newton location will be participating, stop by either one to contribute!

Needham Goes Purple



Battle of the Sangrias

Battle of the Sangrias

Special Easter Hours

Special Easter Hours

Passover Additions

Passover Menu Additions

Chef Turano’s Annual Holiday Fundraiser

I am hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Hematology/Oncology family resource program at Boston Children’s Hospital because I want every kid to have the best care possible.

The One Mission Resource Room is a center that helps provide services to over 45 families whose children are being treated at the Children’s Hospital Boston Oncology and Hematology Center by offering a space for patients and families to relax and connect with others going through a similar experience. Funded through donations from area businesses and families, The One Mission Resource Room is staffed by a patient and family educator who can help patients and families learn about their medical treatment. Whether the donated money be used for a morning coffee at the local Dunkin Donuts, or towards purchasing a generic American Express donation that can be used towards gas, or parking (daily routines that are often overlooked), each donation will help parents regain a sense of normalcy in their lives.

I can’t emphasize how much The One Mission Resource Room helped my family and I when we were going through this difficult time. It’s because of their team and services that we were able to maintain a sense of normalcy and routine. This December I am asking you to join me in raising money for The Resource Room, and in doing so, helping to put the cheer back in the holidays for these families.


As a thank you, I would like to invite each one of you in to one of my restaurants. Simply print out your donation confirmation and bring it into Cook Newton or Cook Needham so that we can give you a gift card (of up to $20 value) in return.

Thank you, and Happy Holidays!

Paul Turano
Chef/Owner of Cook Restaurants


Additional Information: After donation, present your receipt at Cook Newton or Cook Needham to receive your gift certificate (of equal value, up to a $20 value). Limited to one gift certificate per person. Gift certificates cannot be combined with any other offer and can only be used at the respective restaurant. To receive gift certificate diners must visit Cook Newton or Cook Needham. Cannot be done online or via email.

Redeem: Cook Newton| 825 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02460 | 617-964-2665 |


Cook Needham| 109 Chapel St, Needham, MA 02492 | 781-400-5927

Cook For Charity With Amaka Ubaka

We are welcoming Channel 7 reporter/fill-in anchor Amaka Ubaka as part of our continuing “Cook for Charity” celebrity chef series. On Friday August 18th, from 6:00PM to 8:00PM, Amaka will roll up her sleeves and get cooking with Executive Chef/Owner Paul Turano to serve specialty flatbreads to benefit Project HOPE Boston!

In addition to our signature menu items, Amaka and our kitchen will be serving up “The Amaka” special, a house-made whipped ricotta and chicken sausage flatbread with local peach and arugula salad, $16. 100 percent of sales from each $16 “The Amaka” flatbread will be donated to Project HOPE Boston.

Cook for Charity Amaka Ubaka

Project HOPE Boston is a multi-service agency at the forefront of efforts in Boston to move families up and out of poverty. It provides low-income women with children access to education, jobs, housing, and emergency services; fosters their personal transformation; and works for broader systems change.

Prior to working for Channel 7 News, the Tallahassee native worked for WKMG- news 6 in Orlando, FL after graduating from the University of Miami. Amaka has covered several stories that have caught national attention in addition to covering 2012 Olympic swim trials and the NCAA College Baseball World Series. She has worked for several local stations around the country including KRCR ABC 7 in Redding, California and WOWT NBC 6 in Omaha, Nebraska. She joined the Channel 7 News team in May of 2016.

This night of cooking is one of several celebrity chef events here, all of which raise money and awareness about a charity chosen by the specific celebrity chef of the evening. The regular menu will also be available that night. For more information call 617-964-2665. Reservations are recommended.