We're celebrating a new year by doing what we do best - enjoying unparalleled food and wine pairings. Grab your spot and check out Richard's wine dinner notes.
Join us in the beautiful Outdoor Kitchen of Bok Tower Gardens for a gourmet holiday dining experience on December 16 at 6:30pm, as the Brass Door of Bok Tower welcomes the Red Door.
In partnership with Polk State College, we're pleased to be a proud sponsor of Wine for Wisdom, 2020. Guests will embark on an epicurean journey for the benefit of Polk State students. Our Wine for Wisdom Dinner, available every Wednesday evening through November 17, features four courses of beautifully paired food and beverages for two guests - $120 (see menu below). Reservations are required.
Join us on Wednesday, October 21, as we pair a Red Door twist on French classics with our favorite wines of the Rhône Valley. This five-course dinner will begin at 6:15pm on the porch (weather permitting). Seating is limited, so reserve your spot early.
Join us on September 9 at 6:15 for a very special evening of wine and fine dining with Chris Dearden of Dearden Wines. Space is limited, so we recommend reserving your spot early.
The first wines of any vintage, rosés are all pretty much, crisp, clean, floral, fruit forward, light to medium body and just plain delicious!
Why do we set a bar so high that at times it seems we’re the only ones who care? Well, that is where it begins - because we do care. I wanted the Red Door to be a place that allows our guests to have an exceptional dining experience while enjoying the comfort of quality time with the people they are sharing a table with. That is the experience we want our guests to have when they join us - CRAFT + COMFORT.
Chef Lucy has the edge of a New Yorker, the creativity of an artist, and the culinary skills of a true chef. We’re grateful she found her way to Red Door where she is masterfully sharing her her spark and culinary creativity with us. If you haven’t met her yet, you definitely should.
As a community-driven restaurant, the health and wellbeing of our staff and patrons is our utmost concern....
We have a wider approach to how we feel about our neighbors. We are looking at people, families, businesses that empathize with our causes; people that benefit when we are doing well and also feel the crimp when we are doing poorly.