The Food Nerds

January 18, 2011

Table 16

Filed under: Food Community — @ 12:00 am

The Business Journal recently wrote that a trip to Table 16 in Greensboro will leave guests experiencing “impeccable service and a memorable experience.” Owners of the restaurant write that Table 16 is a “blueprint of globally influenced New World Cuisine” that “embodies a style of food that is strong, unique, and indicative of the bold flavors of the New World coupled with the refined and elegant traditions of the Old World.” Chef Graham Heaton and staff of Table 16 look to influences from both Miami and New Orleans to “create a fresh new look on what is just within arm’s reach from our Coast along with our local farmers’ offerings.”Look for appetizers as delicious and varied as Gala Apple Rutabega Stew and la Belle Farm’s Foie Gras & Kumquat Jelly to entrees as diverse as Buffalo Brisket & Pinto Escabeche and North Carolina Flounder & Pomegranate. Expect a wine list that is within reach yet equally varied as the restaurant’s entrees sure to offer something for every interest. And as one reviewer wrote “they let us sample four wines before we found one we liked,” so you know they’re all about making sure diners have a magnificent experience.Also of note are the restaurants wine dinners which start with a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres followed by a four-course dinner paired with wine, finishing with coffee and dessert; or the Chef’s Choice where the chef selects three or four small plates from salad to savory so you can get a sample of the broad diversity this restaurant has to offer. Located at 600 S. Elm. 336.279.8525

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