First Look: Central Table Food Hall Offers Artisan Eats in the Central West End [Photos]

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Beet salad with homeade crème fraîche, white balsamic vinegar, caraway oil, dehydrated egg yolk and local nasturtium. - Mabel Suen
Mabel Suen
Beet salad with homeade crème fraîche, white balsamic vinegar, caraway oil, dehydrated egg yolk and local nasturtium.

The deli includes selections such as a smoked Missouri trout salad ($10.50) with mascarpone, horseradish and potato; housemade tofu ($7) with English pea, almond milk and sesame; and a PB&J ($5) with housemade peanut butter and jam on sourdough.

Choose from a selection of seafood including oysters and littleneck clams from the raw bar, have some wood-fired pizzas ($9 to $11) or buffalo veal sweetbreads ($12) at the hearth, or go for a burger at the grill. Options include a Greek chicken burger ($9) with yogurt, tumeric, mint, cucumber and red onion on flatbread; a house veggie burger with ($7.50) made with black bean, chickpea and red onion compote; or a straight up "The Burger" ($10), also available in a small size for $7.

First Look: Central Table Food Hall Offers Artisan Eats in the Central West End [Photos]
Mabel Suen

"I'm looking forward to the opportunity to work with a bunch of different kinds of food and foods and cuisines under one roof. That, to me, is the most exciting part," says general manager Matt McGuire, formerly of Brasserie. "You can get whatever you're in the mood for here."

Central Table Food Hall opened to the public on Wednesday, May 1, for dinner, cafe and grab-and-go market items. It will be fully operational, serving breakfast, lunch and more, on Monday, May 6. For a full list of offerings, visit the Central Table Food Hall website.

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