creamed black trumpets, gremolata, mushroom reduction
Roasted Whole Fish
served with seasonal accompaniments
Roasted Rabbit Saddle
apricot mostarda, hazelnut labne, crispy leg
choose a starter, pasta, entree and dessert
Happy Hour Favorites
$2 off, Bar menu, craft beers, signature cocktails, wine flights
We welcome our guests to choose from 10 pre-crafted wine flights or create their own from our extensive wine-by-the-glass menu
Offering prohibition-style cocktails and a fully stocked bar, including 12 kinds of premium, aged Scotch
Domaine Hudson's unique bar menu features lighter fare as well as some house favorites, including oysters, our charcuterie, artisan cheese boards and more! Our bar menu changes daily so be sure to ask your bartender for the perfect complement to whatever you're drinking
Confit Duck Leg
cucumber kimchee, yuzu glaze, sesame
Charred Eggplant Croquettes
labne, green harissa
House charcuterie of the day, artisan cheese, seasonal salad
Wasabi Coriander Mixed Nuts
Chef's selection of artisan cheeses with paired seasonal accompaniments
Chef's Daily selection
Duck Liver Mousse
Port wine reduction, seasonal pickles,charred bread
Que Syrah Syrah Syrah blend from France, Australia and California
Chateau Puech-Haut Red Rhone Blend Languedoc-Rousillon, France 2013; Domaine d'Ourea Vin de France Tire Bouchon Grenache, Cargnan, Syrah 2014; Martinelli "Terra Felice" Syrah Russian River Valley,CA 2012
Wild World of Whites White wines from Italy, France and Germany
Chateau Pierrail Bordeaux Blanc Marlborough, New Zealand 2015; Massa "Derthona" Timorraso Piedmont, Italy 2010; Freiherr Von Heddesdorff Riesling Feinharb, Mosel Saar Ruwer, Germany 2013
Pinot Envy Pinot Noir from Oregon, California and France
Michael Pozzan Pinot Noir Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California 2013; Chad Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2014; Chanson Le Bourgogne, Burgundy, France 2012
Cabernet Cabaret Cabernet Sauvignon from California, and Greece
Kikones Ippeas Cabernet/Merlot, Thrace, Greece 2008; Dry Creek Meritage, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Malbec, Sonoma, California 2010; Carl Roy Cabernet Sauvignon "East Side Cuvee" Napa Valley, California 2012
Fabrice Gasnier "La Cravantine" Cabernet Franc Rosé, Loire Valley, France (NV)
Diebolt-Vallois, Chardonnay, Champange, France (NV)
Ca'Furlan Prosecco Glera, Veneto, Italy (NV)
Talley Vineyards "Estate Chardonnay" Arroyo Grande Valley, California 2013
Do Ferreiro Albarino Rias Baixas, Spain 2014
Spy Valley Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough, New Zealand 2014
Chateau Pierrail Bordeaux Blanc Bordeaux, France 2014
Lechthaler Pinot Grigio Trentino, Italy 2015
Massa "Derthona" Timorraso Piedmont, Italy 2012
Freiherr Von Heddesdorff Riesling Feinherb, Mosel Saar Ruwer, Germany 2011
Tenuta La Ghiaia Vermentino Ithaa Tuscany, Italy 2010
Chateau de Villneuve Samur Blanc Chenin Blanc, Loire Valley France 2015
Famille Perrin & Fils cotes du Rhone Blanc Reserva, Southern Rhone, France 2015
Domaine Vincent Delaporte Sancerre Loire Valley, France 2015
Andre Bonhomme "Vire-Clesse" Chardonnay Burgundy, France 2015
Tenuta La Ghiaia Vermentino Atys Tuscany Italy 2015
Château de Villeneuve Saumur-Champigny Cabernet Franc, Loire Valley, France 2010
Château Sipian Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon, Medoc, France 2011
This is a mild washed rind cow's milk cheese from Belgium. It has an apricot peach taste with a hint of bitterness. It pairs well with full bodied wines such as Burgundy and Bordeaux and pairs naturally with beer having been bathed in Chimay beer.
A zesty, warm-flavored, salty, earthy, semi-firm goat's milk cheese from the Province of Extremadura, Spain. The vibrant rind is a result of rubbing with paprika and olive oil during the 2 month aging process. Ibores pairs well with Reisling but is a versatile cheese that pairs well with many wines including the Red Spanish wines and lighter beers.
A cow's milk Italian blue cheese from the Piedmont and Lombardy regions. Gorgonzola pairs well with many red wines such as Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux, Zinfindel, Sauternes and, of course, the Italian Sangiovese.
Cherry Glen Farm Monocacy Ash
This is a local soft-ripened goat cheese from Boyds, MD. It won the Bronze award at the American Cheese Society Competition beating out Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog. It has a creamy internal consistency that is more tangy, flavorful and complex than Brie. It presents an earthy flavor with a deep depth to it. It pairs well with light white wines like Sauvignon Blanc as well as Pilsner beers.
Despite being quite aromatic, it is a semi-soft mild cow's milk cheese from France. It has a nutty aftertaste and is defined by the dark vein of vegetable ash streaking through its soft middle. Morbier pairs well with Gewurtztraminer or Pinot Noir.
Cabot Clothbound Cheddar
A firm Holstein (cow) milk cheese from Vermont. It is a nutty, supple and grassy, perfectly sharp cheddar. It has been aged 10-14 months using traditional British methods of wrapping the cheese in bandages. It pairs well with Cabernet or a big brown ale.
A super creamy and buttery cow's milk cheese from the Burgundy region of France. A triple-cream cheese; it has a very mild, salty earthy flavor that becomes spicy towards the bloomy (snowy, fluffy) rind. The rind is fully edible but can get tart and sharp. Pairs well with white wine (white Burgundy or not-very-oaky Chardonnay) but is especially nice with Champagne or sparkling wine.
Translated as "lumberjack" or " logger." It is a log-shaped, goat's milk cheese from the Loire Valley of France. It is a mild flavored, two-textured cheese with an ivory-colored pâte surrounded by a bloomy white edible rind. As it ages, the texture becomes drier and more sharp. Boucheron pairs well with a robust Bordeaux, Sauvignon Blanc or Loire Valley white such as Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé.
OUR CLOSED DOOR DINING AREA IS GREAT FOR PRIVATE PARTIES.
If you require privacy for your next business luncheon, call ahead to reserve our Grand Cru room for no charge. Please note, to bring you the freshest—and preferably local—ingredients, our menu changes seasonally.
Disclaimer:Pricing and availability subject to change.
At Domaine Hudson, we are passionate about providing a first-class dining experience in a gracious, unpretentious setting in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. Our goal is to provide you with a variety of wines, craft beers and creative, flavorful foods to pair them with. We hand select our wines with an overall emphasis on taste and value – that is, by choosing wines that drink well above others at similar price points: fine wines without the exceptional price tag. That's value. Just as much care has been given our craft beer offering, which features imported and domestic, craft and artisanal beers in a variety of styles. .