As for the space, it is chic, with elegant florals by the entrance and a wrap-around bar all dressed in mahogany and leather accents. As expected, the staff are courteous and friendly and the service is exceptional. The restaurant is still relatively new, so patrons are still trickling in via word of mouth and by virtue of its location on such a well-frequented stretch of BH. Right next door to the iconic Mr. Chows and the tiny treasure trove known as Teuscher's chocolates, you will find DOMA open daily for lunch and dinner.
And now for a description of some of their delectable offerings.
Truthfully, DOMA has all of the elements of success. Serving great food in a gorgeous, well-staffed setting on a busy street with valet parking and popular neighbors, I don't see why this restaurant shouldn't last. The prices and the people are friendly, and Chef Dustin Trani is young with an adventurous spirit. With the new year approaching, it's time to shake up your regular routine of the same rotation of restaurants and try something new.
DOMA favor and check this place out.
362 N. Camden Dr.