For over three decades we’ve been serving good honest food. We opened The Good Table in 1986. With no advertising our first day open was sunday brunch; every friend, neighbor and family member was put to work that day. It was a very busy first day. At the end of the day daughter Lisa said “Thank God we’re closed on Mondays”
(much to father Tony’s dismay.)
Some things never change.
We’re still serving Sunday brunch, we still work with family and friends and we’re still closed on Mondays.
In 2001 the restaurant burnt to the ground in the middle of the night; standing in front of the ruins it took no more then 5 minutes to declare we’d build again. The community and far beyond encouraged us to ‘hurry the hell up and rebuild’... we were up and running in less then 7 months.
Through thick and thin this place has always brought us happiness and we have maintained the original premise of opening a restaurant which is to throw a good dinner party (that being the only thing on Lisa’s resume at the time of opening).