WAYNE, PA – At The Table, Wayne’s acclaimed fine dining restaurant from chefs Alex Hardy and Tara Buzan-Hardy, is thrilled to announce the restaurant’s long-awaited move to a new expanded location at 118 West Lancaster Avenue, less than half a mile down the road from its current home. The original venue will remain in service through August, with the grand opening of the new restaurant and bar slated for mid-September.
The new At The Table venue will accommodate 75 patrons indoors, including a banquet table, round table, sectioned tables, and a four-seat oyster bar. There will also be an additional 25 seats available on their outdoor garden patio. These 100 seats represent a 400% increase in capacity from the 24 seats at the current establishment.
The kitchen will also grow to nearly quadruple the size of the Louella Court space, allowing Chef Buzan-Hardy’s catering service, To The Table, to provide much greater output. There are also plans for kitchen tours in development, which would let guests to get an intimate and hands-on look behind the scenes. All will be visible through the large glass chef’s window by the service bar, providing sweeping views of the kitchen for guests to enjoy.
The new design ethos was driven by Owner-Chefs Alex Hardy and Tara Buzan-Hardy and their love of both Michelin Star restaurants and upscale coastal dining establishments. KSM Architects have helped make this vision a reality with modern décor that is distinct and stunning, featuring minimal grayscale elements and one of At The Table’s primary hues being Champion Cobalt as a nod to The French Laundry's door.
The first menu offered at the new location will be an examination of Chefs Hardy and Buzan-Hardy’s core culinary style rooted in contemporary French cuisine with a Parisian lean featuring dishes such as Wild Mushroom Toast, Squid Ink Pasta with Crab, Pan Seared Scallops with Maitake Mushroom Carrot Ginger Purée Foie Gras Brioche Cutter Prosciutto Pickled Mustard Seed Blackberry A5 Miyazaki Wagyu Chef’s Preparation Lavender Crème Brûlée.
At The Table is dropping “BYOB” from its name by partnering with Imprint Brewing Co., who will lend their brewery license to manage their beverage program featuring six cocktails and four varieties of craft beer focusing on familiar unpretentious beverages made to the highest degree of quality such as Gin & Tonics or Espresso Martinis from a top class 1960s watering hole including Alex's Favorite G&T Don't Trip & Fall The Table Mark 007 Vesper Tiramisu Espresso Martini "The Old Fashioned" Bourbon Blood Orange Honey Syrup Orange Bitters Smoked Thyme. Guests can still bring their beverages at no additional corkage fee.