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I received this press release:
After the successful launch of brunch on Easter Sunday, Executive Chef Jason Paluska and the team at The Lark, 131 Anacapa Street, will present a special Mother’s Day Brunch on Sunday, May 11, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.. The menu will be served family style with dishes to share. Highlights include Paluska’s Crispy Bread Pudding Beignet with Roasted Strawberry, Lime Leaf Chantilly; Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Meyer Lemon Aioli, Bacon & Caramelized Onion Marmalade; Lacinato Kale Salad with Smoked Blue Cheese Vinaigrette, Medjool Dates, Pixie Tangerines, Roasted Hazelnuts; Pastrami Cured Salmon with Dill Crème Fraiche, Granny Smith Apple Relish, Red Mustard Greens, Horseradish, Brioche; and Farmers Market Frittata with Local Roasted Vegetables, Sheep’s Milk Feta, Almond Romesco, Shaved Fennel. Pricing is à la carte, ranging from $6 for snacks to $26 for large plates. For this Sunday holiday, The Lark will be closed for dinner service. For reservations call 284-0370.
Is your mum English? Or does she do a convincing English accent? Perhaps she just likes the occasional English muffin or is particularly good at putting spin on a pool ball (bit cryptic that one). Maybe you’re just frugal (cheap)? Under any of these circumstances (and some I haven’t listed) she’ll be welcome at Mac’s Fish & Chip Shop. But seriously, you should probably stay at home and cook for her. Minimum 3 courses, a centerpiece and absolutely no mention of that one time in 18 years that she overdid the Mai Tai’s and you had to iron your own t-shirt for once.
PS If your mum really is English, Mother’s Day was a month ago…and nothing says ‘sorry’ like some authentic fish & chips. Yeah, waaay better than jewelry.
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