Suddenly, it's Spring!
Flourless Options available!
Our very talented baker, Samantha, has recently discovered she is gluten-sensitive. This has been a great motivator in developing amazing flourless Bakery options for The Table. If you've visited lately, you have probably noticed an increase in our baked goods selection behind the mouth-watering glass display. These new flourless items will be available for sale on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons.
This month Samantha will be making Flourless Whoopee Pies, Flourless Banana Upside-Down Cake, Flourless Apple Cake and Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies. For Spring, don't forget we have large Vanilla Bean Meringues in spring pastels. We hope folks are enjoying them as much as us!
Barista's Pick: Lavender Iced Latte
With warm Spring weather in the air, try our iced drink specials, especially our Lavender Iced Latte. All of our coffee drinks are made with locally roasted Counter Culture beans (Durham, NC). Look at our Chalkboard Menu for special Espresso Counter daily specials.
Pre-Order Your March Table Treats!
From The Table (Asheboro)
Chocolate Pie -$22
Rustic Apple Tart -$28
Lemon Tart -$20
Flourless Banana Cake -$25
Lemony Snicket Cake -$38
Belgian Chocolate Cake -$45
Cream Cheese Pound Cake (your choice of icing: Lemon, Raspberry or Cream Cheese) -$35
Bagged Retail Items:
Lemon Pound Loaf -$8.95
Daffodil Sugar Cookies -$4.95
Lemon Marshmallows -$4.95
From The Table on Elm (Greensboro)
Pre-Order by Wed. April 12th:
-6" Naked Cake with Vanilla Buttercream ($20)
-Easter Vanilla Sugar Cookies
-Spring Lemon Pie
*Call either Table location 2 business days in advance for any PRE-ORDER items for the month of March.
EATERY & MARKET
Easter treats to fill your little ones' baskets...
This March, and continuing into April and May, The Table is offering specials for Easter, a fresh, creative Spring seasonal Eatery menu and new Market items for sale. We are stocked with perfect little surprises to fill your little ones' Easter baskets:
Waxing Kara: Honey, Body Scrubs and Butters // Great for your hands for after doing your Spring gardening; leaves skin feeling nourished and silky.
Ceramic pitchers, oval plates and mugs with soft pinks and butter yellows // Perfect for Spring afternoon teas and hosting guests.
Woven Baskets // Never too old to get an Easter basket full of sweets and goodies! Skip the Peeps and grab a bag of housemade Table marshmallows.
New Table T-shirts // Show off your favorite coffee shop around your town with our brand new cotton tees.
Bread Boxes // Cool, pretty containers for bread storage in your kitchen.
MONTANA LEE PHOTOGRAPHY
So many of the lovely photos you see on The Table's blogs and social media are taken by the one and only Montana Lee. Montana is a young, talented photographer with great passion and vision. We're so thankful for all that she has poured out to capture so perfectly The Table's heart and soul. Check out her Facebook Page and recommend her to friends/family in need of a great photographer: Montana Lee Photography.
From the brilliant, creative minds of
Jerry Neal & Dustie Gregson
comes a brand new
“I had a dream to sow and rebuild. I believe it’s vital to create and produce things not just for yourself, but for others. When a tiny seed is planted and a tree slowly grows and bears good fruit, it is worth the sowing of the seed. There's something in my DNA that knows old things have a soul, and they inspire me with the story they want to tell. And so it is with Mill 133.
I used to drive down Church and Sunset Streets, and it was dead. People would never have dreamed of coming to downtown Asheboro at night in the past. It was a ghost town.
Now, I see it's coming alive because of entrepreneurs who had a dream to develop businesses to help our community thrive. I took a risk with The Table Farmhouse Bakery in 2012. I thought, "Let's just try this for the people of our community." But now we have more amazing places like Four Saints Brewing Company and Bia's Gourmet Hardware. And people are coming out of the woodworks! I don't want to see the growth stop.
C.C. Cranford and his family invested a lot of time, energy and money 100 years ago to build this big, beautiful mill. Asheboro Hosiery Mill & Cranford Furniture Company Complex changed Asheboro for the better--it brought jobs, industry, hope to this city. Why take it down? Why not sow and rebuild?”
- VSR, LLC (Vision to Sow & Rebuild)
Dustie Gregson, Founding Partner
Jerry Neal, Founding Partner
Asheboro Hosiery Mills and Cranford Furniture Company Complex is a historic textile mill and furniture factory complex located in the heart of downtown Asheboro, NC. The complex includes three brick industrial buildings erected from 1917 through the 1940s and the Cranford Industries Office constructed in 1925. Also on the property are the contributing Cranford Industries Smokestack and a lumber shed (both built in the 1950s). The Mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.
Created by VSR, LLC, Mill 133 will be designed to be a retail complex offering a variety of products and services to the community. VSR's mission is to honor the rich legacy of historic buildings and re-purpose and re-design them to inspire a city to thrive.
To stay up-to-date on the rebuilding progress of this incredible Asheboro landmark:
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 - Thursday 7:30am - 3:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm (till 9pm on 1st Fridays of the month)
Saturday 7:30am - 3:00pm
Photo credit: Nathan Richards, Justin Moore, Noah Lowdermilk, Anna Naphtali, Montana Lee Photography, Samantha Beemaske, Andrew Neel
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