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Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner: The Parish Adds Rotisserie and Fried Chicken to the Menu

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Chef Casey Lane just installed a new rotisserie at his Downtown L.A. restaurant, and apparently he's itching to get some meat on the spit. Beginning this week, the Parish will offer a family style supper called the Bishop's Roast. The meal runs $75 and serves between 2-4 diners, depending on the size of your appetites, and includes a whole roasted chicken, ratatouille, and a growler of Black Market Contraband beer. (Don't fret about the legality; it's just a brew from Temecula thats similar to Anchor Steam.) And in case a whole chicken sounds like a bit too much, you can order a half chicken and all the fixins for $26.

If you're more of a fried chicken kind of person (and who isn't?), the English-inspired gastropub is also launching fried chicken dinners on Sunday and Monday nights. Lane's fried chicken and bacon-stuffed waffles were a big hit over at the Tasting Kitchen, and now will now he'll be serving a more dinner-appropirate version for supper. The fried chicken will be served with seasonal trimmings like grilled peaches, pictured here, as well as Brussels sprouts drizzled with a date vinaigrette.

Check their site for reservations and more info.