Supper Club #1: The Dorian
When I left my job a few weeks ago, I told myself that I would embark on a new journey and try things that would make me a little uncomfortable. It was no easy task leaving what was a great creative job in fashion.
But I wanted to try new things so it naturally came to me that I should host a dinner. I’ve always been meaning to host events but the daily grind of work made me tired and full of excuses not to.
Now that I had free time, naturally I wanted to bring all my amazing food loving friends together for what Nanette calls — a supper club.
So here is a toast to the first of my many supper club events.
I hosted the first one at The Dorian, a cute tavern type brunch and dinner establishment with exceptional bespoke cocktails and yummy small bites and entrees. We had an assortment of dishes — raw oysters, pork belly lettuce wraps, truffle fries, perfectly crispy chicken sliders, and more.
It was the most entertaining thing to watch a huddle of foodies and photographers swarming the food, doing moves that most people would side-eye (like climbing ontop of chairs and bringing food outside for a quick photo). Most people don’t know what it takes to get that insta-worthy egg yolk poke that food bloggers have perfected through multiple trial and errors or that perfect cocktail shot.
Anyways, huge thank you to everyone who came and thank you to the Dorian for having us!