Three Seventy Common is where you'd want your friends to go drinking, even when they're not with you. The restaurant has set up this drink board, you see, where anyone can buy anyone else a drink on a future-based rolling credit system. Let's say you want to buy me one: just pay for it, and tell them who it's for. Then my name goes up there on the board along with what libation you think I should have. The next time I come in, it's mine. It's an ingenious scheme, fun for the customer and even better for the restaurant because it pretty much guarantees a visit by the guy you've named if he wants to collect. Owner/chef Ryan Adams cops to cribbing the idea from Santa Ana's Lola Gaspar.