Cache Restaurant And Josiah Citrin Present Thanksgiving Dinner
Cache, the casual restaurant showcasing a market-based menu by award-winning local chef Josiah Citrin and his Chef de Cuisine, Nyesha Arrington, presents their first Thanksgiving Day Dinner on Thursday, November 26, 2009. Located just blocks from the beach, Cache brings an unrivaled destination to the West Side, with a stunning garden setting and sleek design.
Served on Thanksgiving Day from 3:00 p.m. until 7:45 p.m., Cache's dinner is priced at $65 per guest and $25 for children under the age of 8. The menu is traditional in concept with updated versions of family holiday favorites. Guests may select a first course of Fire Roasted Pumpkin Soup with Spiced Pumpkin Seeds, Creme Fraiche and Crispy Sage; a Fall Mixed Greens Salad with Camembert, Dried Black Mission Figs and Pomegranate Vinaigrette; or Seared Foie Gras with Glazed Apples, Green Peppercorns and Calvados. Maine Lobster Ravioli is another option and can be ordered with a generous shaving of the season's Italian white truffles for a supplement of $40.
Along with a Roasted Free Range Turkey with Mushroom Chestnut Stuffing, a Fire-Roasted Prime Rib with Horseradish Butter; Potato Crusted Sea Bass with Brown Butter Caper Sauce; or Herbed Potato Gnocchi with Confit Tomato, Brussels Sprout Leaves and Shiitake Mushrooms are available. All of the entre selections are accompanied with sides of Praline-Pecan Yams, Potato Pure, Roasted Root Vegetable and fresh Cranberry Sauce.
Completing the dinner is a choice of holiday pies, including Apple with Vanilla Ice Cream; Spiced Pumpkin with Caramel Sauce; and Pecan with Bourbon Creme Anglaise. A Flourless Chocolate Cake with Berry Compote and Chocolate Ice Cream will satisfy chocolate-lovers.
Both Citrin and Arrington frequent the weekly Farmers' Market in Santa Monica, where they select the restaurant's produce and establishing relationships with farmers from the outlying regions of Los Angeles. This affinity for fresh seasonal products is clearly reflected in the market-based menus of the restaurant's bar lounge and restaurant dining room.
Opened in July 2009, Cache creates a relaxed, indoor-outdoor ambiance. The clean and modern design highlights natural materials, using white walls, dark mahogany and teak flooring, combining them with concrete, stainless steel and fieldstone surfaces. Cache's spectacular garden surroundings are integrated with the streamlined dining room, utilizing an airy, open floor plan. The outdoor bar and lounge, with its retractable awnings and fire-pit, can accommodate all-weather dining and three cabanas encased in fieldstone sit adjacent to the garden lounge for intimate and private dining.
In an effort to make world-class art widely available and expand awareness of the Southern California art scene, Cachee is collaborating with Aldis Browne Fine Arts of Santa Monica to organize regularly changing exhibits by prominent and emerging local artists displayed in the dining room. A! new exhibit of work by local artists Ed Moses and Paris Paulin opens on November 16, 2009.
Cache brings a vibrant mood to Main Street and is open nightly for dinner and for weekend brunch. Cache's wine list includes over 200 selections of new and old-world vintages, with an exclusive library from the owners' private collection. Cache offers full bottle service along with classic and house cocktails emphasizing fresh squeezed juices, muddled herbs and seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Cach has been favorably reviewed in the Los Angeles Times, Angeleno, Where, and the LA Weekly. Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer prize-winning restaurant critic of the LA Weekly named Cache among the 99 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants of 2009. Executive Chef Josiah Citrin is also the Chef/owner of the acclaimed Mlisse Restaurant, which has received many prestigious awards including a coveted Two Stars from the Michelin Guide and is among the Top 40 Restaurants
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