The Weekend Edit

The Weekend Edit

Dec 1, 2023

Dom Pérignon Vintage 2013

Come Quickly, 
We’re Tasting the Stars

In this edition of The Weekend Edit, we’re pinkies out as we train our lens on the wonderful, effervescent world of Champagne. To celebrate Dorsia’s recently launched collaboration with Dom Pérignon, in which members can secure reservations with a bottle of the Vintage 2013, we asked the sommeliers at four participating restaurants in New York and Miami to recommend the perfect dish pairings. Plus we look back on the maison’s storied heritage and pen a love letter to the 2013 Vintage, which endured a wild year of weather and emerged as one of the Champagne house’s preeminent expressions.  

Listening Room: Chef Justin Pichetrungsi

Meet The Makers: Erin Hupp

The Oakland-based ceramicist imbues plateware with organic and sensorial qualities for restaurants such as Pasta Bar and Hilda and Jesse. Here, she tells us about her minimalist collections for San Francisco’s Michelin-starred Sons & Daughters.

Design inspiration:
I use textured surfaces and glazes that invite guests to touch my ceramics and interact with the plate or bowl holding their meal. My inspiration is texture: natural oak bark, colorful eucalyptus tree trunks, and caked mud on my hikes in the Redwoods, and food like tuile or frothed cream.
Piece you wish you could take home:
My latest collection for the restaurant includes Alabaster ribbed broth cups and an accompanying ribbed pourer. I was so fond of how they turned out that I made a separate set for my home. At the restaurant, Chef Harrison presents them tableside atop handmade wooden trays made by local maker Morlock Woodworks for a special welcome drink.

Newsstand

This week’s roundup of food-world headlines.

This week’s roundup of food-world headlines.

🦞 Gekkō’s Lobster XO Fried Rice earns a nod in People’s list of most popular recipes of 2023.

🏅 …While the Los Angeles Times list shouts out Anajak Thai, Antico Nuovo, Damian, and Pasjoli in its end-of-year dish roundup.

💸 Paying for reservations, maximalist dining, and water recipes are among Eater’s worst food trends of 2023.

🏰 Major Food Group and designer Ken Fulk unveil Chateau ZZ’s in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood.

🥃 A new wave of wonky, tilted glassware is having a moment at bars across the country.

New on Dorsia

Apply to book a reservation at these fresh arrivals.

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New York

9 Jones

New York

A Pasta Bar

New York

Aba

Miami

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