Like attaching a fake mustache to a Halloween mask or cleverly changing your name from Obi-Wan Kenobi to Ben Kenobi, adding a new ingredient to something familiar can render it delightfully unrecognizable. Enjoy inventive eats with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth New American dinner fare at Table 274.
The chefs at Table 274 bring contemporary flair to traditional American cuisine, unveiling dinner, lunch, and brunch menus of down-home fare crafted out of local produce, poultry, and fish. The caesar salad introduces main courses with shaved pecorino, cracked pepper, house croutons, and heralding trumpets ($5), prepping palates for a dinner selection of small plates ($8–$10), burgers ($8), and pastas ($14–$19). The cast-iron roasted chicken mutes tummy grumbles with Ashley Farms chicken breast, Anson Mills farro, red pepper, and artichoke braise ($16).
Table 274 seeks to coddle all the senses with aromatic entrees, polished booths and tables, an outdoor patio, and weekly live music on Wednesdays. The kind staff treats its work as a labor of a love, a love it shares with the community with its Sunday Charity Dinner Series, in which 15% of the proceeds from that evening benefit a charity such as Second Harvest Food Bank.
At Table 274, talented chefs are dedicated to crafting wholesome lunch, brunch, and dinner menus. In order to support local agriculture, they work to forge a sizeable portion of their entree roster from locally acquired produce, which freshens their culinary cast more than Will Smith freshens a room when he films a sitcom in it. Their outdoor patio and spacious indoor dining area grant varied environs for sampling wood-fired pizzas topped with roasted vegetables, braised short ribs, or figs and prosciutto. To complement the diverse cuisine offerings cataloged on the menu, Table 274's mixologists shake and stir specialty cocktails with vodkas, citrus, and liqueurs, while curating a list of draft beers with selections from local breweries within the state.