The Parish introduces their version of a British breakfast
The Parish will also introduce a happy hour and "reverse happy hour" including drink discounts and bar snacks.
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Spring Street pub-inspired newcomer The Parish is introducing breakfast, as well as an early and late happy hour, starting on Monday at 7:30 a.m.
Executive Chef Casey Lane described the restaurant's menu as his interpretation of "modern English cuisine" with dishes that are "bold with whole-animal cooking." This motto seems to carry over into much of the new morning menu, which includes Trout with Pickle and Jalapeno Slaw, Fried Chicken and Maple Dijon with Pickles, and Sausage and Cheese Beignets.
Breakfast will also include pastries such as Lemon Curd & Huckleberry danish, as well as muffins and brioche rolls. Coffee comes courtesy of San Francisco's Four Barrel and DTLA's own Handsome Coffee.
On the second floor of The Parish they'll be introducing happy hour from 5 to 6:30 and what they call "reverse happy hour" from 11 p.m. to close. Happy hour food items begin at $4 and the weekly "punch cocktail" will be $5. All beers and wines will be $2 off.
According to The Parish, their "bar bites" include sausages, oysters and scotch eggs.
Chef Lane has been nominated three times for the James Beard Award, "Rising Star Chef of the Year," and worked previously at the Tasting Kitchen in Venice.
"The pub is traditionally a communal meeting ground," said Lane in a statement. "And at the end of the day, I hope guests will come away from The Parish having had a very lively and fulfilling experience."
Breakfast will be served seven days a week from 7:30 – 11:30 a.m. Happy Hour will be daily from 5 – 6:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. – close.