Starting tonight, the six-month-old Three Seventy Common Kitchen+Drink will host Uncommon Mondays: Almost Every Third Monday – a guest chef series where a different chef which Chef/Owner Ryan Adams highly respects and wants to showcase at his restaurant on the third Monday of select months.


Each guest chef will design a special prix-fixe menu ranging in price from $50 to $75 per person, with an additional cost for paired beverages. The customary Three Seventy Common menu will not be available on these designated Mondays throughout the year.

Tonight, Chef Ryan welcomes Chef Scott Brandon, the local-centric chef formerly of The Crow Bar + Kitchen and now-closed Oysters in Corona Del Mar.

To give you an example of what you can expect in the coming months, here’s a peek at tonight’s dinner menu.

Five-Course Menu Prepared by Chef Scott Brandon

April 16

Served from 5 to 8:30 pm

 

For the Table

Relish Tray with artisan breads and soft herb schmaltz

First

Brandade Croquettas with fennel and blood orange salad

Next

Grilled Cauliflower ‘Steak’ with sauce vert

Then

Simply Roasted Market Fish, spring vegetables, roasted lemon, morels

Also

Meat & Spuds, 35-day dry-aged prime sirloin, bone marrow, creamy pea shoot tendrils

Last

Apple Strudel Ice Cream Sandwich Sliders

Price is $55 per person; $85 with wine pairing (plus tax and gratuity). For Five-Course Guest Dinner, reservations are suggested and limited, please call 949. 494.8686.

Bar Snacks will be served a la carte, at the Bar only,  including: Grilled Spring Onions, “Foie-Berry” Short Cake, Blacksmith Slider, Bucatini, Popper Trio and Pork Belly Cubano.

For future Uncommon Mondays see below:

May 21: Chefs  Luis Perez & Alfonso Ramirez from Lola Gaspar in Santa Ana

Sept. 17: To be announced

Oct. 15: Chef Eric Greenspan at The Foundry on Melrose in Los Angeles

Nov. 19: Chef Alex Ageneau of Breadbar in Century City and of pop-up  Bistronomics 13 fame

Three Seventy Common Kitchen+Drink
370 Glenneyre
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Tel: 949-494-8686

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