Ryan and Kelleanne Jones' "modern comfort food" restaurant, Community Table, is now open at 148 Civitas St. in Mt. Pleasant. They're serving dinner daily from 4-9 p.m. and brunch Fri.-Sun. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
When we chatted
with the veteran restaurateurs this fall, they said the food at Community Table would be "approachable everyday classics … that make you feel good. That you want to eat every day."
Dinner menu items include requisite end-of-the-decade modern American dishes like blistered shishito peppers, beets and feta, a Bibb lettuce salad, and a fancy burger. There are also signposts for comfort sprinkled throughout: cast iron local fish, house-made fettuccini, cornmeal dusted fried oysters.
For brunch there are a handful of salads; sandwiches; and entrees including steak and eggs, griddled brioche, smoked fried chicken, and smoked salmon tacos.
The open and airy restaurant seats about 85 people, with a community table for 20 in the side room, a 12-person community table adjacent to the bar, 25 high tops on the porch, and tables filling the rest of the dining room.
The Joneses, who successfully helmed a wood-fired concept at Workshop for three months prior to opening their I'On restaurant, are hoping to open yet another wood-fired spot downtown in 2020.
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