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The Catch: Game Day Foods

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The Catch in Anaheim helps us kick off OPENING DAY!! The Catch restaurant is footsteps from the Stadium, right across from The Grove and blocks from Honda Center.

*GAME DAY MENU*

·        Yellowfin tuna tartare

·        Shrimp Veracruz chopped salad

·        Snack Bomb Nachos (big cast iron skillet meant for sharing)

·        Brewmaster's pretzels

·        Trio of Dips

·        House smoked baby back ribs

·        Roasted Poblano chicken tenders

·        Mahi tacos by the rack (great presentation)

·        OMG Burger (this has been covered nationally and internationally)

 

*COCKTAILS*

·        Royal Tea

·        World's Greatest Bloody Mary (served with beer back)

·        Triple Play Punch

The GDLA team helped us "build" the OMG burger.  Although we have done a ton of burger demos, this is unique due to the size.  We start with a 14 inch bun which we will have one of the GDLA team slather with mayo aioli.  Other parts of the job will be layering it with 16 tomato slices, shaved onion, pickles and more and once assembled, crowning it with a mini slider (photo sent earlier). This item is a signature, meant for sharing.

*CATCH FACTS*

Game 3 of the hometown Angels/Dodgers Freeway Series will be played tomorrow night at Angel Stadium

The well known GAME DAY MENU will make its seasonal debut tomorrow in the spacious bar, lounge and patio

The Catch opens tomorrow for the freeway  series  at 2 PM (Saturday)

It's located at 2100 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, (714) 935-0101: www.catchanaheim.com

The comfortably upscale restaurant features the finest in fresh seafood, USDA prime steaks and tableside service of classics like Caesar salad

At lunch the Catch is known for its power lunch scene with titans of business, sports and entertainment.

The lounge and bar features over 20 local craft beers on tap and a wine cellar of unique vintages, as well as 14 flat screen LCD TVs for sports fans. The wrap around patio also has two fire-pits.

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