Table 23 expands take on ‘American cuisine’ with weekday lunch menu


Originally a hot spot for drinks and dinner, Tallahassee’s newest landmark restaurant is expanding its take on “Americana cuisine” weekdays to the lunch hour.

Table 23, located at the corner of Thomasville Road and Sixth Street in Midtown, is now serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Featuring many favorites from the dinner menu, the lunch offerings also include lighter fare, including sandwiches, salads and soups.

Appetizer offerings include Sweet Potato Hummus, Smoked Mullet Croquetas and The Southern Slate, a sampler of Table 23’s Southern-style creations — candied bacon, air-cured ham, pimento cheese, deviled eggs, pickled shrimp, cheese straws and naturally fermented pickled vegetables.

Sandwiches include burgers, turkey and arugula, grilled grouper and a stellar slow-roasted brisket. The entrée selections include dill pickle-brined chicken breast, a smoked New York strip steak, fried catfish and a grilled Gouda pork chop.

The restaurant also has expanded its Happy Hour pricing to lunchtime too — $1 off specialty cocktails and beer, $3 house wines, and half-price call and well drinks.

Rosanne Dunkelberger


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