Traveler’s Table is a one-stop destination for delicious and exotic food from all over the world. Owner Matthew Mitchell’s extensive travels and passion for food come together to create an unforgettable experience as you are encouraged to explore all corners of the earth through food and drink at a stylish, Bohemian restaurant.
The menu, or “curated global cuisine” as Mitchell describes it, features appetizers, an array of breads, salads, and entrees inspired from the Far East, the Middle East, Africa, Western Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean.
Appetizer highlights include Brazilian Cheese Bread, Vietnamese Pho Soup Dumplings, and “Peking-style” Duck Gyoza. Entrees are organized by geographic origin and include pastas, rice, noodles, or larger plates, featuring Chinese Five Spice Duck, Jamaican Jerk Pork, and Pan Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops. The tasty dessert menu invites you to indulge your sweet tooth with Mango Lassi Panna Cotta, New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding, or Mexican Spiced Flourless Chocolate Cake.
Traveler’s Table’s drink menu brings you exciting new beverages from all regions with unique names such as The Name of the Rose, Forbidden City, and Spice Trader. The expertly curated wine and beer list will allow you to experience flavors you never have before.
Gin Design Group has reimagined the restaurant to reflect the ambiance of a laid-back Bohemian atmosphere where guests can relax and enjoy delicious food and drink among friends. The space now features beautiful, soaring light fixtures, comfortable green fabrics in varying designs and textiles that cover the banquette seating, and a collection of vintage travel souvenirs that evoke curiosity and awe. The globally inspired patterns and decor will remind you of far away places and will enhance your experience as you indulge in the inspiring food from all over the world that Traveler’s Table has to offer.
Visit Traveler’s Table Monday to Thursday from 5pm – 10pm, Friday and Saturday from 5pm – 11pm and Sunday from 5pm – 9pm.
All Photos Courtesy of Kirsten Gilliam