We are quickly swinging into the holiday season.
Ready or not here it comes. Thanksgiving is just days away.
We are preparing to make piles of pies and goodies. Our Sweets Department has a list of sweets available for your holiday tables.
Just give a call to order and pick up either Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
To see a full list go to The Sweets Department tab on our website: www.thegoodtablerestaurant.com.
Next comes Christmas to The GT. Star baker Adrienne will be making hundreds of those delectable Take and Bake Cinnamon Buns for your Christmas morning.
We will also have a list of sweets available.
We introduced The Confection Box last year, it is a box filled with sweet treasures, perfect to drop off on a neighbor’s doorstep or give to your favorite nail tech, or just curl up next to the fire and enjoy yourself.
Directly after Thanksgiving we’ll start taking orders for everything sweet.
New Year’s Eve has been a tradition here at The Good Table for many years, the last couple have been different than years prior, but in 2021 we’re hoping for a taste from the past and the celebration we have always loved so much.
We will be dressing up the restaurant, the menu and ourselves for a sparkling evening.
This is one of the few nights where we are reservation only, our reservation book will be open December 1st. We hope you’ll join us. A reminder that our Rensair Air Purifier has kept us and our guests safe for over a year now.
We are sorry to say there will be no take away option this year on New Year’s Eve.
Our hours for the holidays are as follows:
open Wednesday November 24rd from 11:30 - 8:00 pm
closed Thanksgiving Thursday Novemember 25th
closing at 2:30ish Christmas Eve December 24th
closed Christmas Day December 25th
closed between 3:00 and 5:00 December 31st
closed New Years Day
It has been another topsy turvy year, but there are so many blessings to be thankful for. We are blessed, by you our friends, by our fantastic staff and by this great community; thank you and here’s to a shiny new year ahead. Be well. One of my favorite messages, painted on an old broken down sign on the side of the road in midcoast says ‘Be kind and remember the poor’ I think this is my wish for 2022.
best of the season