Penny White, founder of the popular Breakfast Club restaurants in the suburbs, including Madison Heights and Commerce Township, has opened an eatery in Farmington Hills that serves up lunch and dinner and is a late-night spot, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Sylvia Rector of the Freep reports that the restaurant, Wicked Table, 38503 W. Ten Mile, opened last month, and White plans to promote the joint by hosting a seven-course spring dinner April 28 featuring five chefs. Seating is limited to 40 guests, and all tickets must be prepaid, the Freep writes. For reservations, call the restaurant at 248-474-7777.
The restaurants posts this on its website:
We are local.
We are a from scratch kitchen.
We are Wicked.
Rector writes of the new place:
Her new Wicked Table, set at the end of a retail strip on West 10 Mile, features a long bar and an open dining room done in black and white with colorful contemporary artwork.
The moderately priced menu features approachable, nicely executed dishes ranging from stylish, shareable starters to generous salads to approachable entrees such as steak frites ($17) with bacon-blue cheese compound butter; house-made short-rib ravioli ($17) with mushroom cognac sauce; three burgers (sirloin, veggie and lamb, all $12); a daily fresh-catch fish (MP), and a roasted vegetable platter ($15).
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