Above: Mojama (Spanish salt-cured Tuna) with Duck Fat Potatoes, Truffle Conserva, and a Fried Egg appetizer
I'm excited that dineLA week has morphed into something I want to go to again. Old favorites and new places to try! This one falls into the latter category. The Parish is a gastropub located in downtown where Broadway and Spring intersect into a big triangle near the fashion district. It's recently made the Zagat life of "The 10 Hottest Restaurants in the World: Where to Eat Right Now". Well, well, high praise.
This is what they say:
After Casey Lane’s success at Tasting Kitchen in Venice, he opened this English-gastropub-inspired spot in the cool flatiron building (formerly Angelique Café) in the Fashion District Downtown. It’s everything you’d expect: wood floors, antique mirrors, iron sconces, 1930s-inspired furniture and an upstairs dining room and bar that are supposed to remind you of a streetcar. The menu is full of hearty, seasonal, daily changing dishes like grilled corn with honeycomb butter, roasted bone marrow with celery salad, poutine pig's feet with Taleggio cheese, fried frog's legs and buttermilk fried chicken.
It's a dineLA fixed price menu of $45 so with tax and tip that would be $57 exclusive of drinks. Remember--Cash is King. Here's the menu:
Sorry that's a picture. Not thrilled with their choice to do it that way. Click here for a clear one:
Street parking or Metro it.
Also check out this fun dineLA video with some of LA's top chefs:
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I hope you can join me!