All theme dinners are a 4 course prix fixe for $68 with $39 optional wine pairing, unless otherwise noted.
Vegan and other dietary restrictions accommodated with 48 hour notice.  Menus posted are subject to modifications based on seasonal availability. Tax & Service not included. Credit Card required with a 48 hr. cancellation policy or $25 fee.
NOTE - Regular Menu not available on Theme Dinner evenings.

April 4 - Subject To Change Wine Company

 The 4 friends who started  STC  produce all natural wines with a focus on single vineyard,  organic and/or biodynamically farmed grapes. Vibrant, quirky, terroir-driven;  their output perfectly complements  the slow food approach to cooking you’ll find in this very special four course dinner. 



Scallop Crudo & Asparagus
Nettle purée, green apple, lemon, olive oil
2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Mendocino



Open Faced Spinach Raviolo
Peas, favas, artichokes, pecorino
2017 White Blend (Marsanne/Roussane), Mendocino


Grilled Lamb Chops
Romanesco, broccoli di ciccio, caper, raisin, pine nuts, mint
2017 Carignan, Mendocino



Black Pepper Shortcake
Strawberries, fromage blanc, lemon
2017 Carbonic Carignan, Mendocino



May 2 - King of Mushrooms

The Bay Area’s King of Mushrooms has long been a top sustainable wild food purveyor with a tight network of fungaioli mushroom hunters that makes it THE source for the finest quality “forest to table” products from around the world. Our menu will focus on the joys of foraging via 4 courses of delicious combinations enhanced by an out-of-the- ordinary wine pairing option. 

June 6 - Liberty Farms Duck & Raft Wines

Liberty’s strain of Pekin Duck are raised in a humane open environment with a minimum of intrusion. They are antibiotic and hormone free and fed a grain diet that produces what Hillside’s chefs believe are the most flavorful duck in the country. With optional wine pairing from Raft Wines, a related family enterprise, this dinner is bound to be “just ducky” in every sense of the word.

July 11 - “Water 2 Table” Seafood

(NOTE- This is the second Wednesday in the month to avoid conflict with the July 4 holiday)

Water2Table provides the Bay Area’s top restaurants with the freshest local fish, provided by small commercial fisherman and “weekend warriors.” This meal pays tribute to their love and respect for all things aquatic.

August 1 - Tatomer Wine

Tatomer’s bone-dry Riesling or its  Grüner Veltliner represent the best that the Central Coast wine country offers. Located in Santa Barbara County, these sustainably farmed grapes produce wines that are the essence of their terroir.

September 5- Southern Italy

Hillside’s late summer tribute to Italy could be called “Land of Our Fathers” given our heritage. Drawing on the bounty of local family farms for peak, micro-seasonal produce, this dinner is a deeply personal one where one can expect the love of the land to shine through.

October 3- Tcho Chocolate

Working directly with farmers and cooperatives, Tcho positions its chocolate in terms of the flavor profile rather than by cacao % or bean origin. All to be highlighted in a meal sure to please whether you are a chocoholic or not with a wine pairing designed to enhance the experience.

 November 7 - Hudson Valley Foie Gras

For nearly 30 years, Hudson Valley has produced the country's highest quality foie gras and moulard duck products via humane practices. In adherence with California law, this 4-course menu offers up a wide range of culinary flavors and unexpected combinations. 

 Monday, December 31 - New Years Eve

Ring in the New with a delectable 4 course menu of special treats plus an amuse to start that will go perfectly with a glass of bubbly.