October at the Table

____ ISSUE  No. 27 ____

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New in the Market: Coffee, Tea and Bread Typhoon Canisters


"Autumn mornings: sunshine and crisp air, birds and calmness, year's end and day's beginnings."

-Terri Guillemets

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New Fall Menu: Vegan Bánh Mì Sandwich

MARKET: Typhoon Food Canisters

Inspired by theindustrial, Americana, modern kitchen, these Typhoon Food Canisters are ideal for storing coffee beans and grounds, loose leaf tea and bags, sugar, bread or other dry goods. 

An airtight seal and seamless construction ensure lasting freshness with a stylistic bamboo wood lid sourced from sustainable forests. These canisters are made with hard wearing and durable carbon steel and showcase a simple, ridged pattern on lower half of canister. The finishing touch is an embossed, vintage 'Coffee', 'Tea' or 'Bread' graphic. Check them out in The Market today!

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Barista's Pick: Caramel Apple Latte

Our housemade syrups are all-natural and fresh. This month, along with Pumpkin Spice, we are featuring another Fall favorite, our Caramel Apple Lattes (hot or iced). Get in the mood for Fall and try one next time you're at The Table!


BAKERY in Asheboro

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Menu Items Available for Pre-Order:
9" Chocolate Pie -$22
12" Rustic Apple Tart -$28
Brown Sugar Pound Cake -$35
9" Vanilla Cake layers (your choice of Vanilla, Caramel, Chocolate or Cream Cheese Buttercream) -$45
Gluten Free Blueberry Oatmeal Crumble -$30

Retail:

Fall Sugar Cookies -$4.95
Maple Meringues -$4.95
Table Shortbread -$4.95
Salted Caramel & Chocolate Chip Pound Cake Loaf -$8.95
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cake Loaf -$8.95
Gluten Free Snickerdoodles -$4.95
Butterscotch Macaroons (flourless) -$4.95


*Call 2 business days in advance for any PRE-ORDER items. Please note that each Table location has differing baked goods and retail available.

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New Fall Menu: Country Ham Hash served in cast iron skillet

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EATERY: FALL BRUNCH MENU starting October 7th

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A new season means new, fresh ingredients in our Eatery.

Our new Fall Brunch Menu starts on Saturday, October 7th --the same day as Downtown Asheboro's Fall Fest!

Saturday Brunch}          7:30am- 2:30pm
Saturday Daily Menu}   10:30am-8pm

The Fall Weekday Daily Menu will start on Tuesday, October 10th.

Morning Menu}              7:00am-10:30 am Tues.-Fri.
Weekday Daily Menu}   10:30am-2:30pm Tues.-Wed.
                                         10:30-am-8:00pm Thurs.-Fri. 


Starting on October 7th, we will no longer close our kitchen in the afternoons on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays! Our kitchen will remain open until 8:00pm; come and dine with us all afternoon long. 

(Pictured Below: Bánh Mì Salad // Pictured Left: Poached Pear & Plum Toast with goat cheese and wildflower honey)

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STAFF FEATURE: Levi // Runner & Barista
 

It's a joy to highlight Levi, who has been a faithful part of The Table's Staff since we first opened in 2013. Levi shows an incredible servant's heart for all of our guests and our fellow Staff. If you want a project done correctly just ask Levi; he is always thorough with a great eye for detail. And, if you listen closely you might catch him singing a song as he works through the day. We appreciate his consistent, strong work ethic!

 

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Cove's Fall Fest Fundraiser

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Thank you to everyone who came out SUNDAY, October 1st for this incredible fundraiser! 

Cove is the sweet, 3 year-old daughter of Chris and Jessie Phillips; as former staff, they helped Dustie pioneer The Table over 4 years ago. 

Cove's story is a miraculous one. She was stuck in the birth canal as a baby and was born without a heart beat. She was brought back to life but suffered brain damage. Cove is a living miracle, who now lives with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Her parents have initiated a campaign this Fall to raise $30,000 by November 1st to help fund her medical expenses for various life-changing therapies and procedures.

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It's our joy and honor to help support their YouCaring Campaign through a mini Fall Fest Fundraiser at theTable! With the community's help and giving, Cove could have the capacity to eat, walk and possibly talk.  So, join TheTable family this Sunday for fun $1 lawn games, a silent auction, chicken and waffles, apple cider, sweet treats and coffee drinks.  100% of all proceeds will go toward Cove's medical expenses!

If you want to know more information about this "girl worth fighting for" visit @covesjourney on Instagram and "Friend" Cove Phillips on Facebook.

Click here to visit our EVENT PAGE on Facebook!

Click here to watch Cove's Fundraising VIDEO!

 
 

Asheboro's FALL FEST

The streets of Downtown Asheboro are full of fun things to do, see and eat every year during Fall Fest. It's a combination of street fair, bazaar, harvest celebration and homecoming. 

Come visit The Table during Asheboro's FALL FEST on Saturday, October 7th!

To find out more info, visit Randolph Arts Guild's website and Facebook Page.

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1st Friday at The Table on Elm:
 

OCTOBER 6th

Have you visited The Table on Elm in Greensboro yet? Come stop by The Table's little sister location for 1st Fridays in Downtown Greensboro on October 6th.

We'll be open until 9:00pmoffering desserts, coffee and sweet treats. Please call our Greensboro location for Friday's specials. Click here to learn more about our location by visiting our webpage. Follow us on Instagram and Like us on Facebook!

The Table
139 S. Church St.
Asheboro, NC 27205
(336)736-8628


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
(336)542-0395

HOURS:   Sunday & Monday          CLOSED
                   Tuesday - Saturday         7:30am - 3:00pm


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Photo credit: Samantha Maske, Montana Lee, Sydnee Mela
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