Stag Dining Group is not your typical restaurant or dining experience. It is the brainchild of five friends that all had a common goal: to share a great feast. The menus are decided well in advance, making sure that everything is sustainable and from local farms and purveyors. Seating is limited and, of course, the location is always kept secret; so when there is word of the next event, quickly grab a ticket.
"A feast is meant to be shared, so we have created The Stag Dining Group to invite new faces to the table. We aim to provide a sophisticated (but not stuffy) dining experience that incorporates our passion for creativity, sustainability, eclecticism and our joie de vivre," explains The Stag Dining Group.
What I loved
Alter-Eco, Devils Gulch Ranch, Long and Bailey farms, Nicasio cheese co., all local seafood, Canaan, Fair Trade and Two Mile Wines.
Here is a look at the evenings' MENU with my notes added!
Doing what every group of friends dreams of doing, these men have managed to form one of the coolest, non-pretentious, and best degustation menus I have come across. Although the menu and venue changes with every event, the amount of detail and thought that is put into each aspect of the experience is always the same.
"A meal is more than just food on a plate. It is an all encompassing experience from the people you are with, the stories that are told and the food that is served. It is a moment in time that should be enjoyed and appreciated." Thank you Stag.
These events occur monthly so make sure to keep in touch with Stag so that you don't miss the next event. Follow the group on Facebook at facebook.com/stagdining or Twitter @stagdining.
All pictures are credited to Nicole Grant from The Bold Italic: thebolditalic.com.
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