Where to Eat This Weekend: Dorchester Social Eatery

October 17th, 2014 Posted by Denver, restaurants, Where To Eat This Weekend No Comment yet

This weekend enjoy Denver’s beautiful fall weather at Dorchester Social Eatery with globally inspired cuisine and a roof top deck that will take you back in time to ancient Rome.  Dorchester Social Eatery recently opened in August 2014, and the spacious roof top patio and beautiful decor are refreshing scenery for dining on delicious food.

Chicken Tagine with olives and lemon braised carrots; photo from Dorchester Social EateryFacebook

Chicken Tagine with olives and lemon braised carrots; photo from Dorchester Social EateryFacebook

The menu at Dorschester Social Eatery will please any palate; you can find Asian, Mediterranean, Indian, etc. inspired dishes.  Flavorful dishes include the Moorish Chicken Tagine with roasted chicken, green olives and lemon braised carrots, the Murgh Kari Tikka with Indian spiced chicken kabob, murgh kari sauce, cilnatro chutney, Granny Smith apple slaw and naan bread or North American staples like Maryland crab cake fritters or Wagyu sliders.

Brunch items are just as diverse and satisfying: traditional English breakfast, the Yiddish with flatbread, smoked salmon, creme fraiche, tomatoes, capers, red onion and scallion or the tacos y carnitas with pulled pork, egg, breakfast potato, avocado, cremo, pickled red onions and cilantro.

Dorchester Social Eatery is located at 1448 Market St. Denver 80202. 303-872-5986.

Tuesday-Friday 11am-10pm

Saturday 10am-10pm

Sunday 10am-3pm

Dorchester Social Eatery's roof top patio. Photo from Denver Westword

Dorchester Social Eatery’s roof top patio. Photo from Denver Westword

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