One of Salt Lake City’s most renowned and progressive restaurants, Table X, will offer its first Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 21, 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The a la carte menu emphasizes Table X’s commitment to offering high-quality, local products complemented by traditional brunch favorites. The three chefs look forward to preparing housemade ham, bacon, and sausage. Christiansens Berkshire Pork and Clifford Family Farm eggs will be featured, in addition to tasty mimosas and Bloody Marys. 

Guests will enjoy a selection of complimentary delectable pastries that Table X is becoming known for baking in house. These include scones, muffins, croissants, and chocolate croissants. Menu items range from $11-$20. 

The following entree items are included on the brunch menu. There will also be a selection of lighter offerings and sides.

– Table X Breakfast: two eggs any style, choice of meat & pastry

– Sourdough French Toast: pure maple syrup, breakfast potatoes & choice of meat

– House Made Pork Sausage & Grits: poached egg & breakfast potatoes

– French Omelette: house ham, gruyere cheese, chive & breakfast potatoes

– Vegetable Hash: roasted mushrooms, spring peas & potatoes

– Frittata: potato crust, caramelized peppers & onions w/ side salad

– Steak & Eggs: bavette steak, two eggs any style, breakfast potatoes & green

peppercorn jus

– Leg of Lamb Sandwich: red curry aioli, onion relish, watercress & toasted

sourdough

For reservations and more info, visit www.tablexrestaurant.com or call 385.528.3712.

ABOUT TABLE X

Located in the up-and-coming Millcreek area of Salt Lake City, Table X opened in 2016 and was named Salt Lake’s Best Restaurant by Salt Lake Magazine in 2016 and 2017 and earned a Salt Award from the Salt Lake Tribune in 2017. A collaboration between three chefs – David Barboza, Mike Blocher, and Nick Fahs – Table X’s mission is to delight guests with honest cuisine focused on sustainability, integrity, respect, and innovation. They have developed a culinary and service style that raises the bar for Salt Lake City dining. Table X offers an in-season dining experience with ingredients harvested from the on-site garden. The restaurant occupies a historic brick building that has been exquisitely renovated to blend its original features with modern design. It’s only fitting that the building once housed produce from local farms and also served as a cheese factory. www.tablexrestaurant.com

Stuart
Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.

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