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What You’re Eating: dineLA Week & Super Bowl Sunday Menus

January 23, 2013 6:00 AM

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(credit: Clancy's Bar & Grill)

(credit: Clancy’s Bar & Grill)

(credit: Clancy's Bar & Grill)

(credit: Clancy’s Bar & Grill)


Between dineLA Restaurant Week happening now through Feb. 1 and Super Bowl Sunday coming up on Feb. 3, there is much to love about Southern California food and drink this week. Make your plans for game day grub, and don’t miss the exclusive prix-fixe menus at some of L.A.’s hottest tables during the two-week dineLA Restaurant Week.

(credit: The Parish)

(credit: The Parish)

The Parish

840 S. Spring St. (at 9th)
Los Angeles, CA 90014
(213) 225-2400
theparishla.com

The Parish is participating for the first time in the dineLA Restaurant Week (which begins this week through Feb. 1). Executive Chef Casey Lane serves up his take on English gastropub fare with a three-course dinner featuring: Mojama with Duck Fat Potatoes, Truffle Conserva and a Fried Egg, Rotisserie Chicken with Savory Bread Pudding and Mint Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches. The Parish prix-fixe menu is available for dinner for $45. Also, consider them for game day: gastropub fare and football goes together perfectly.

(credit: Fig & Olive)

(credit: Fig & Olive)

FIG & OLIVE

8490 Melrose Place
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 360-9100
figandolive.com

Another dineLA Restaurant hotspot is FIG & OLIVE on Melrose Place in West Hollywood. Executive Chef Pascal Lorange is preparing his French Riviera-inspired cuisine with a focus on gourmet olive oils. The eatery will be serving three-course lunch ($25) and dinner ($45) options, including: Truffle Mushroom Croquette, Salmon Ceviche Crostone, Grilled Flounder, Filet Mignon, and, for dessert a “Crostini” with Amarena Cherry, Mascarpone, and Pistachio on Shortbread with Micro-Basil. Stop in at FIG & OLIVE and soak up the scene this week with their 50-foot tasting bar and communal table, two floors of dining and bar and lounge.

(credit: Red O Restaurant)

(credit: Red O Restaurant)

RED O Restaurant

8155 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 655-5009
www.redorestaurant.com

Why not spice up the week with a little Red O? Their refreshed winter menu features a selection of new signature dishes from award-winning Chef Rick Bayless. Now available during the restaurant’s nightly dinner service, diners will enjoy items such as Wood-Grilled Octopus Salad, Ahi en Mole Blanco, Borrego en Mole Negro and Carnitas al Guajillo. You can watch the game in style at the bar, too.

(credit: Three Seventy Common)

(credit: Three Seventy Common)

Three Seventy Common

370 Glenneyre Street
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 494-8686
370common.com

Super Bowl watchers are invited to Three Seventy Common after the big game for the weekly family-style Sunday Socials. Think old-school supper classics and serious portions. Chef Ryan makes everyone feel at home in his trending downtown Laguna restaurant that’s domestically sourced and globally influenced.

(credit: Clancy's Bar & Grill)

(credit: Clancy’s Bar & Grill)

Clancy’s Bar & Grill

2191 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92802
(714) 750-7500
ClancysBarAndGrill.com

At Clancy’s, they like to say, “Start with a beer, stay for the cheer.” We say, “Where better to watch Super Bowl XLVII?” Make your plans to hit this upscale sports-themed eatery with a hometown feel, great food, 36 TVs, pool tables and an array of beers on draft. Menu items include signature entrees, steaks, fresh fish, hearty burgers, Buffalo wings and a variety of hot dogs and mac and cheese options.

(credit: Duke's Place)

(credit: Duke’s Place)

Duke’s Place

Balboa Bay Club & Resort
1221 West Coast Highway
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(888) 445-7153
balboabayclub.com

Are you ready for some football? Watch your favorite team at Duke’s Place, which is offering team-inspired, specially-priced appetizers during the game. Duke’s Place at Balboa Bay Club will be set up so that every seat offers a great view for watching the game. Plus, they’ll have a snack station that will be set up with football-watching eats all day long. The bar and lounge, named after the legendary John Wayne, is a fun spot to watch the game and take in views of the harbor between plays.

Debbie Lavdas is a Southern California writer who covers events and travel for CBS Los Angeles, as well as lifestyle for Laguna Beach Magazine, Bask Magazine and more. Keep up with her at @DebLavdas on Twitter or at DebbieintheOC.com.

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