The Park Restaurant Blog

November 10, 2017

Thanksgiving At The Park

Thanksgiving is coming up!. We will be closed, of course, but only Thanksgiving Day, so please visit us with your family and friends before and after the holiday if you’re not totally stuffed and sick…

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November 3, 2017

The Knife’s Edge

Obsessively sharpening my chef’s knife is something that became important to me relatively late in my cooking career. It wasn’t until I began regularly butchering meat that I concerned myself with razor sharpness. Knife sharpening…

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October 27, 2017

Wrapping It Up

Since the Asian market down the street on Sunset closed a few months ago, we have been running around town to pick up the items they used to have readily available for us. I didn’t…

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October 20, 2017

Dress Hall Is Coming

Dress Hall is coming again to The Park this Saturday! All the details are listed in the poster above. Reservations highly recommended. Lilah is back in town and she’s helping us out here and there….

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October 13, 2017

New Fall Menu 2017

The Park — Fall 2017 STARTERS classic new england clam chowder – cup $6 / bowl $9 with bacon garnish butternut squash coconut curry soup – cup $6 / bowl $9 szechuan fried calamari –…

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October 6, 2017

Capturing The Zeitgeist

Our new fall menu is coming to town next Thursday, one week from today. As usual it will be a mix of our best efforts from past menus and new items that we are excited…

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September 29, 2017

Stronger, Faster, Better

Training is the foundation of success in business, possibly in life. It is a constant process, an on-going process and that is what is most often overlooked, or what I have overlooked most often. Obviously…

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September 22, 2017

Handy Man Economics

I have written before about our extraordinary dishwash/prep/janitor/cook duo of brothers who keep the restaurant running on their broad able shoulders. We have another gentleman by the appropriate name of Angel who also contributes mightily…

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September 15, 2017

An Honest To Goodness Parable

I was watching a documentary about a musician the other day and he told a parable that resonated with me. The story is about a gold miner who set up his mine and dug and…

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September 8, 2017

What’s The Difference?

Before I can write a cookbook I need to identify the purpose behind it. The world does not need another cookbook. I was talking recently with some friends who work as advocates for military veterans…

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