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“You can please people with simplicity.” —Chef Frederik de Pue
Drawing on classic European sensibilities, Table will provide a simple and comfortable neighborhood dining experience. The changing menu will focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and offer approachable yet innovative dishes suitable for every palate. Table represents a return to an old world, small-scale dining experience that emphasizes honest, delicious food.
Table will serve a small daily menu of appetizers, salads, and main dishes including frogs’ legs, octopus, scallops, pasta, and scratch-made desserts. Breakfast/brunch and lunch menus will be printed on the wall and will feature cheese and charcuterie plates, house-baked goods, egg dishes, and fresh juices. The bar will offer craft beer and about 20 wines by the glass, including a small selection of champagnes (no liquor). Open seating welcomes walk-ins (no reservations).
903 N St, NW
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