Table Fifty-Two Announces Sunday Southern Brunch

Beginning Easter Sunday, April 24, Table Fifty-Two will serve an upscale, down home Southern Brunch every Sunday.  Brunch menu will feature Chef Art’s Famous Fried Chicken and Waffles with Burton Farm Maple Syrup and a variety of other classic dishes.

Menu highlights include Shrimp and Grits with wild Gulf shrimp, stone ground grits and a spicy tomato stew; Crispy Pork Belly with fried egg, watercress, pickled okra, green tomato relish and dill aioli; a healthy Egg White Omelet with asparagus, mushroom and heirloom tomatoes; and Bacon Doughnuts.  Complete menu is available upon request.  Reservations recommended.

WHEN: Sundays only, beginning Sunday, April 24
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

PRICE:  Menu prices vary, see below

WHERE: Table Fifty-Two
52 West Elm Street
Chicago, IL 60610
www.tablefifty-two.com

About Table Fifty-Two
Table Fifty-Two is Chef Art Smith’s and Julie Latsko’s signature restaurant, Table Fifty-Two, the home of Southern hospitality in Chicago. Featuring a high-ceilinged elegant upstairs dining room and a cozy, gathered-around-the-hearth, comfortable downstairs dining room, Table Fifty-Two embodies a warm and welcoming spirit. To attain this atmosphere, Chef Art appointed his restaurant-the quaint 19th century carriage house of the Biggs Mansion, which survived the Great Chicago Fire-with luxurious yet rustic décor, including an open-hearth oven and a pressed copper ceiling. Table Fifty-Two perfectly mirrors Chef Art’s life experience, both as personal chef to Oprah Winfrey, a job that often requires him to travel the world cooking for celebrities and regular folks alike; and as one of the South’s favorite sons who as a boy taught his pet pig to eat acorns so he would not have to pick them up himself. His cuisine sourced from the finest organic farms in the Midwest and Chef Art approaches cooking and dining the same way his mother and aunts and grandmother did, in the grand tradition of the South: use the freshest seasonal ingredients, prepare them lovingly and share them with your family and loved ones. It is a simple formula that has worked for generation upon generation.

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