7/23/2012 03:47:00 PM

Casey Lane Debuts The Parish This Week, Reservation Lines Now Open

A peek at The Parish bar
After many delays, chef Casey Lane (Tasting Kitchen) finally debuts his new English-style gastropub this Friday. The Parish takes over that cool flatiron building (formerly Angelique Cafe) on Spring Street in the Fashion District, and has all the elements you'd expect: wood floors, antique mirrors, iron sconces, 1930's-inspired furniture, and an upstairs dining room and bar that are supposed to remind you of a street car. It's then, it's now, it's Lane.

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 tallegio cheese, fried frog's legs, and buttermilk fried chicken. There's also a nod to Britain's Indian culture with things like spicy dal with chutney toast. Keeping on trend, drinks are classics with a twist, all concocted by a former Seven Grand guy. The Parish opens for dinner first, and Lane will add breakfast (fresh pastries, Handsome Coffee, etc.) down the line. Reservation line is now open.

840 S. Spring St.; 213-225-2400


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