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What to Eat at Dcantr, Possibly Opening Next Week

Photo: Eater

Next week is the week of casual off-shoots, with Michelin-starred Quince opening their casual café Cotogna, and newly Michelin-starred Saison opening Dcantr, their wine bar in the Stable Café with an à la carte menu that’s also now available on the outdoor terrace. Eater brings us the menu from chef Joshua Skenes, which has a number of the local and refined flourishes one finds on Saison’s prix fixe, but perhaps assembled with a few less tweezers. We’re looking forward to trying Josh’s take on a “little chicories caesar,” not to mention the fried sand dabs with ember-roasted Orion fennel, and the Prather Ranch rib-eye, also grilled over the embers.

They’re aiming for a November 9 opening, but that could still get pushed. Update: This menu is only available in Dcantr, however items off the Saison prix fixe menu may be ordered à la carte on the outdoor terrace on weeknights.

Dcantr a la carte menu
Prices TBA. Menu subject to change.

sweetwater oysters, mignonette
chicken liver mousseline, quince butter and toast
monterey spot prawns, pimenton de la vera, meyer lemon
sea urchin toast, smoked seaweed butter

white crane lettuces, riesling vinaigrette
little chicories caesar, cantabrico anchovy
cherry belle radishes, pig parts and nasturtium honey
epine artichoke citronné, olive oil, garden herbs

bucatini with dungeness crab, early girl tomato, crushed chili and lemon
fried sand dabs, ember roasted orion fennel and wild fennel citronette
soul food farm poussin, roast chicken vinaigrette, lemon thyme
prather ranch rib-eye, grilled over the embers, roasting juices, flowering marjoram

Dcanter Releases Possible Opening Day and Menu [Eater]
Earlier: Dcantr Coming Soon, Grub Softly Opens, and More [Grub Street]
Bauer Smiles on Saison to the Tune of Three Stars; Patti U. Sups at Superior Palace [Grub Street]
Take a Look Inside (and Outside) Saison, Reopening Today [Grub Street]

What to Eat at Dcantr, Possibly Opening Next Week