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The Table Farmhouse Bakery

December 04, 2015

The Table Farmhouse Bakery

If you live in the Greensboro area and you haven’t been to The Table in Asheboro, you are most definitely missing out. This little farmhouse style bakery is AMAZING. Need more reasons to convince you to go? Well, here are 4 extremely good ones:

1. The Food

The food here is wonderful. The Table serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I mostly go for breakfast, but have been a couple times for dinner as well and have not once be disappointed. My absolute favorite dish is the Grits and Greens. The grits come topped with sauteed turnip greens, ham, and pimento cheese (see picture below).

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2. The Decor  

If you’ve ever been to my house, then you know that I’m a bit obsessed with farmhouse/rustic type decor. This restaurant is basically what I want my house to look like. The owner has impeccable taste and I could basically hang out there all day.

3. The Market

Many of the decor items are also for sale in their market. Where the owner finds all of the beautiful items she has for sale is a mystery to me.

4. The Coffee

Have I mentioned before that I’m a bit obsessed with Counter Culture Coffee? Thank goodness The Table serves up Counter Culture because very few coffee shops in the Greensboro area do. They also have almond milk and they make their own syrups. The latte pictured below is with almond milk, Counter Culture espresso, and Maple Bourbon syrup (pictured above and also for sale in the market).

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The Table just recently appeared in the November issue of Our State Magazine and lots of people seem to be finding out about this hidden gem. Word on the street is that they will be opening a smaller version in downtown Greensboro in 2016. Fingers crossed that this actually happens and soon!!






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