The Dorian Restaurant in San Francisco Hosts a “Cab & Slab” Dinner
The Dorian in San Francisco's Marina District will host a “Cab & Slab” dinner on Thursday, February 22 beginning with a cocktail reception at 6:30 p.m. and then a meal at 7:30 p.m. For $20.00 guest can first enjoy a Manhattan and Martini bar and then for $95.00 indulge in a four-course menu. Cocktail attire is encouraged. More information can be found at http://bit.ly/2EkMno2 and tickets are available via https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dorians-cab-slab-dinner-tickets-42910457333
The evening’s credo will be: 1) bring a bottle of cab; 2) bring an appetite; 3) bring the energy and in that spirit, Tomahawk steaks will served family style, seating will be communal and any Cab brought in will have corkage waived. The restaurant will also have bottles for purchase onsite.
Always available is The Dorian's shared-plate classic American fare from the same team behind the Palm House. Ensuring that the entirety of the restaurant's dining experience is a good one is Manager Chris Goodyear, plus operating partners Anderson Pugash, Benson Wang and Jack Herr.
The restaurant's beverage program features a mix of classic, contemporary and original cocktails including hand-crafted martinis and an extensive array of whiskeys. Among the fifty or so wines by the bottle are both domestic and imported vintages. Locally sourced craft beers are also available. Not to be missed is the restaurant's Happy Hour, Tuesday through Friday from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., featuring $1.00 oysters and half-off bottles of rosé and champagne.
Designed by Shelly Amoroso, The Dorian evokes a Victorian home at the turn of the last century with rich colors and textural wallpapers, mixed with brass and concrete surfaces. Built in-panels with hand-sourced antique artifacts and art, and a chandelier all bring a sense of charm and fun to the restaurants three distinct spaces. The main bar area, with brass accents and a teal and purple color scheme, is anchored by a prominent whiskey display while upstairs, the study incorporates leather and dark wood. Seating options include banquettes, booths and a round settee.
The Dorian is located at 2001 Chestnut Street, at the corner of Fillmore Street, in San Francisco, California. The restaurant serves dinner Tuesday through Sunday and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Specific hours of operation, special features and news are available on the restaurant's web site, https://www.doriansf.com
, and by following @thedoriansf on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Reservations are accepted online via the web site, through OpenTable.com, and by calling (415) 814-2671.