The Mimosa Experience at The Dorian

Brunch like Oscar Wilde at this Victorian-inspired New American spot in the Marina.

 

THE OFFERS:

$60 for a $90 Mimosa Experience Credit for Two

Includes:

-$90 credit toward The Mimosa Experience for two with choice of three juices
-Family-style buttermilk fried chicken and biscuits to share
-One seasonal salad to share
-Dessert
$110 for a $170 Mimosa Experience Credit for Four

Includes:

-$170 credit toward The Mimosa Experience for four with choice of three juices
-Family-style buttermilk fried chicken and biscuits to share
-One seasonal salad to share
-Dessert

 

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  • Celebrate the weekend with The Dorian’s famous Mimosa Experience.
  • Pair up to three seasonal juices of your choosing with a bottle of sparkling wine. You’ll enjoy a discount with each successive bottle you order—until the Experience restarts after your fourth.
  • As you sip, sop up the pours with a family-style platter of buttermilk fried chicken and cheddar and scallion biscuits—a Dorian brunch favorite. You’ll also dig into a seasonal salad, like mixed greens with asparagus and hazelnuts.
  • End brunch on a sweet note with dessert, like a s’mores tart with chocolate mousse and banana.
  • A lavishly appointed space that pays homage to the era of Oscar Wilde and Jerry Thomas, The Dorian is beloved for its lively ambiance and New American menu.

 

About The Dorian:

 

From the team behind Palm House comes The Dorian, a Victorian-inspired bi-level bar and restaurant. A modern day parlor of sorts, the space has a vintage feel with leather banquettes, sleek tiled tabletops and bookcases brimming with hardcovers. Here, visitors find it easy to imagine someone like Oscar Wilde settling in for a drink or two at one of the sprawling dark wood bars.

The menu at The Dorian is New American, but with a seasonal twist. Appetizers like oysters on the half shell and jerk-spiced duck wings give way to entrees like roasted chicken served over spring vegetable succotash and American Wagyu flatiron steak with horseradish cream and chimichurri. Come the weekend, the brunch crowd congregates for classics like eggs Benedict with porchetta hollandaise, ricotta pancakes topped with seasonal marmalade and the locally beloved buttermilk fried chicken, which arrives with cheddar and scallion biscuits. Rounding out the menu is selection of international wines, craft beers and artisan cocktails. Celebrate simpler times at this Chestnut Street staple.