After a month-long pop-up stint earlier this year, Chef Ryan Carson will bring back his touring restaurant, ‘Pri-vē @ taco asylum, for two nights this month, showcasing new dishes and new themed dinner menu.
On Sunday, May 20 and Monday, May 21, Chef Carson will present a la carte offerings on a dinner menu titled “obsCURE BEER GARDEN DINNER.” Reservations for any of the nights can be made by calling (909) 576-9210 or emailing email@example.com. Guests must include name, party size, and reservation date. All reservations will be confirmed in advance of the desired date.
A LA CARTE “obsCURE BEER GARDEN DINNER” / May 20-21
frisee aux pigs ear = tangerine + radishes + fines herbes + soft poached egg
potato salad = lamb tongue + pickled beets + mache + warm sherry vinaigrette
wild boar “slim jim” = tilamook cheddar cheeze wiz + saltine + pickled mustard
pigs head “mc nuggets” = sauce gribiche + pot o’pickles + bibb lettuce
roasted bone marrow = golden raisin-caper & almond relish+ gremolata salad + smoked salt
pork neck bratwurst = smoked bacon + apple saurekraut + house mustard + fresh cut fries
charcuterie board = country pate + chicken liver mousse + rabbitt terrine + summer sausage
house made pretzel = garlic salt + huckleberry compote + aged gouda mornay
ice cream sundae = berry mostarda, almond ice cream, cherry chantilly, oatmeal brittle
*please no substitutions or special requests*
The menu pricing excludes tax, gratuity and beverages. A selection of beverages will be available for course pairings, along with taco asylum’s choice of craft beers and specialty non-alcoholic beverages, at an additional cost.
Chef Ryan Carson has been noted for his focus on “innovative comfort food” with global influences. Each dish is created with the intent to transport guests back to their childhood, using playful inspirations paired with classic, sophisticated disciplines. Diners are often comforted by the familiar flavors and scents presented in unfamiliar ways, while being excited by inventive, astounding flavors and textures presented in familiar ways.
Reservations can be made by calling (909) 576-9210 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Guests must include name, party size, and reservation date. All reservations will be confirmed in advance of the desired date.
‘Pri-ve at taco asylum is located at The CAMP in Costa Mesa. The restaurant will be closed to the public beginning at 5 p.m. on May 20 & 21. For more information, address, dates, hours and menu, visit http://chefryancarson.com/tacoasylum/.