From our review: "These thoughts quickly dissipated, though, as I entered the front doors of Central Table and was immediately greeted by a graceful host, keen on explaining the "food hall" concept before I had the chance to get confused. This was key, as one could easily be overwhelmed by not only the sheer size of the place — a behemoth at 10,000 square feet with industrial-style lofted ceilings and various nooks filled with culinary delights — but also by the bounty of options spread out like a medieval feast."
Hours: Sun 10am-2pm, Sun 5pm-9pm, Mon-Fri 11am-2pm, Mon-Sat 5pm-11pm
A first-of-its-kind dining concept, Central Table Food Hall is a coffee shop, market, wine bar, deli, sushi counter, raw bar, hearth and grill all rolled into one. The eatery provides a variety of dining experiences, from grab-and-go lunches to full-service upscale casual dining. Chef Nick Martinkovic and his army of cooks source locally as much as possible, featuring Missouri-raised meats and produce personally selected from local farmers’ markets. Pizzas are wood-fired Neapolitan style and a must-try for aficionados. The marrow plate and pork rib loin will not disappoint the carnivorous diner. Of special note, the restaurant’s creativity shines at its brightest through the work of its pastry team with playful desserts such as popcorn panna cotta appealing to one’s inner child.