____ ISSUE No. 9 ____
The Table on Elm is now OPEN!
"Tucked away in a quaint, brick alleyway off of the hustle and bustle of Elm Street in downtown Greensboro, you will find the lovely, Paris-blue door of The Table on Elm."
Greensboro natives, your dreams have come true! There is a place for you at The Table on Elm.
No more will you need to drive down Highway 220 to Asheboro for a Sweet Baby Brown pick-me-up or a loaf of fresh-baked bread (unless you want to, of course), because The Table has officially opened their sister location in Greensboro.
Located at 227 S. Elm St. where the former Loaf Bakery used to be (and before that Simple Kneads), The Table on Elm is welcoming people through her doors. If you're wondering where to find this little alleyway, you can't miss it if you find the lovely, wrought-iron botanical gates on either side. The alleyway is nestled right between Mechelle's Boutique and Chakras Spa. Look for the sweet painted brick mural of the mother with a basket of linens balanced on her head walking hand-in-hand with her daughter through a hillside.
"I saw the empty space and immediately thought, 'This needs to be a bakery.' In opening The Table on Elm I wanted to honor the people who had the vision to pioneer this space to become a bakery fifteen years ago."
-Dustie Gregson, Owner & Founder
Owner and Founder of the original Table Farmhouse Bakery in Asheboro, Dustie Gregson, saw the need for more ovens. "We outgrew our baking area with our three years of booming business. Our whole kitchen in Asheboro was using just two ovens for all of our breads and pastries. Opening up this 'little sister' location is giving our Head Baker Jill and Baker Horst the opportunity to expand their craft and serve the community with greater capacity."
Fans of The Table's homey, country aesthetic will find the comforting, signature cotton and linen decor, the rustic busts of beloved farm animals and one-of-a-kind sheep art work (by Dustie's sister Sarah Atkinson) inspiring, as always.
The MARKETPLACE is a stunning floor-to-ceiling display of housewares and other goodies, including ceramics, local honey, coffee mugs, chocolate bars, olive oil, woven baskets, hand soap, glass containers, mason jars, jugs, table cloths, Big Spoon peanut butter, plates, Lov teas and so much more.
Bread loaf variety and availability in The BAKERY vary daily: French Country Sourdough, Cinnamon Raison, Cranberry Walnut, Olive Oil & Sea Salt Sourdough, Cubano, etc. Day-old loaves are 50% off.
Sweet treats and desserts are abundant and also vary day-by-day. Try out the lemon tarts, lemon ricotta cheesecake, ricotta panna cotta, pear tart, amaretti torte, chocolate eclairs, biscotti, granola. The housemade ricotta is out-of-this-world!
The chalkboard Espresso menu has all of your favorite coffee treats: doppio, macchiato, cortado, cappacino, latte, americano, and of course the famous SWEET BABY BROWN. Says the smiling, friendly neighborhood Barista Justin, "We're so thankful to the Greensboro community's support in enthusiastically already welcoming us here and supporting us."
Stop by today, and share the news with all your friends and family. There is a place waiting for you at The Table on Elm!
"Need a quick bite to eat for lunch? Grab some TableFare, daily-made sandwiches, salads and quiches ready-to-go."
If you're accustomed to the creative, high-quality menu items the original Table has to offer in Asheboro from Executive Chef Deanna, The Table on Elm is offering some of those amazing, familiar Eatery flavors in an on-the-go fashion. Although this location is not an in-house Eatery, the good news is that if you're looking for a quick bite to eat, The Table on Elm serves grab-&-go style sandwiches, salads and quiches. All Eatery items are made fresh daily in Asheboro the morning-of and brought to Greensboro as TableFare.
The Table on Elm is what we all love about The Table in Asheboro, but in a petite package. It offers a single bar table with high stool-seating inside with additional outdoor patio seating in the bright, greenery-filled alleyway. It is completely charming and relaxing; it's especially delightful on a lovely Spring day like today!
If you have your heart set on a restaurant-style dining experience with friends and family, visit us at The Table in Asheboro during Eatery hours (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for plenty of seating indoors and outdoors. Please check out our complete Hours of Operation here .
Proudly serving local
Homeland Creamery milk
Counter Culture coffee.
139 S. Church St.
Asheboro, NC 27205
HOURS: Sunday & Monday CLOSED
Tuesday & Wednesday 7:00am - 2:30pm
Thursday - Friday 7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday 7:30am - 10:00pm
The Table on Elm
227 S. Elm St.
Greensboro, NC 27401
HOURS: Sunday & Monday CLOSED
Tuesday & Wednesday 7:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday - Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 7:30am - 3:00pm
Written by: Erin Gravitt
Photography by: Nathan Richards, Justin Moore, Anna Naphtali
Copyright © The Table | 2016