Menu Change for Fall and Winter

D.O.C. is excited to announce a new menu change for fall and winter. As of Tuesday October 21sh, we will only be offering our a la carte menu on weekdays (Tuesday through Thursday) for parties of 5 or less. However for parties of six or more on those same weekdays we will continue to exclusively offer our Chef’s tasting menu. Plated family-style in six courses it is a real Italian family feast and the best way for us to accommodate large parties in our small dining room. Worry not! DOC will continue to only offer the Chef’s Tasting Menu on Fridays and Saturdays. We will gear up throughout the week to offer you the menu’s highlights in six courses during two seatings: the first at 6 p.m. and the second at 8:30 p.m. As always we are happy to accommodate allergies and dietary restrictions to the best of our abilities. We will continue to offer wine pairings regardless of the night of the week.

Here is a detailed dining schedule:

Tuesday – Thursday:
6 – 9pm for parties of 5 or less (a la carte only)
6 – 8:30 for parties of 6 or more (tasting menu only)

Friday & Saturday:
6 & 8:30 seatings for all parties (tasting menu only)

D.O.C. has a retail wine program as well. If you are looking to build up your cellar, select wines for a dinner you are hosting, or just looking for a delicious bottle to sip on at home–swing on by and we would be happy to help you pick out some great wines. We also offer a 10% discount on cases.

The holidays will shortly be upon us. D.O.C. is the perpect place to host an intimate and delicious dinner party. We can seat up to thirty guests for your business meeting, rehearsal dinner, or holiday party. We offer many packages to suit your needs. Give us a call or send us an email for more information.

Thanks and we look forward to seeing you soon.

new art at doc

DOC is pleased to feature “Ice Cube Tray” (2008) by Isaac Layman, on loan to our dining room this summer from Portland’s Elizabeth Leach Gallery. One of Seattle’s most respected artists, Layman is known for constructing large-scale, psychologically charged, photographic-based visions of the spaces and objects found in his Seattle home. His highly anticipated first solo museum exhibition was hosted earlier this year at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle. Layman’s work has earned reviews on National Public Radio and in leading journals, including Artweek and Art in America. His objects are included in the collections of the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington; the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, Miami; the Monsen Collection of Photography, Seattle; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and others.


Stop in to view this amazing work and welcome new sous chef Brian Scibetta to the DOC family. Brian joined us this month from Davis Street Tavern and is cooking alongside executive chef Jobie Bailey.