Draycott Offers a Prix Fixe Lunch
Palisadians Marissa and Matt Hermer, who own the Draycott eatery in Caruso’s Palisades Village, unveiled a special lunch menu on March 25. A two-course lunch is $29, and the three-course option is $34.
As a starter, there is a choice of English pea dip, tomato bisque or a market greens salad.
The main course offers either the Draycott Chop, seared salmon or the grilled chicken paillard.
For those who like a little something sweet after the meal, there is a choice of either the sticky toffee pudding or McConnell’s ice cream.
The Draycott has also announced its spring cocktails, which include the Spring Royale (Uncle Val’s Gin, fresh raspberries, St. Germaine and Prosecco), the Poloma de la Rosa (grapefruit and rose- infused tequila, pamplemousse and grapefruit soda) and a New Fashioned: Plymouth Gin, Lillet Blanc stirred with Aperol, orange and peychard bitters and lemon accent.
The Hermers’ 200-seat restaurant is adjacent to the central green patch along Monument. “When I saw that location, I knew that’s what I wanted,” said Marissa, the mother of three young children. “Children always finish eating first, so here they can get down and run around on the grass, while adults finish their meal.”
Lunch hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations: (310) 573-8938. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do they REALLY call $30/$34 dollars a great deal for their lunch???? I think they should put the VEIL back on it…….I’d rather go over to MATHEWS GARDEN for lunch….OR breakfast……