Adam Erace visits Table 31 and finds a restaurant with a bit of a split personality and a price tag that’s “Comcastically expensive.” Adam also visits the outdoor Plaza Cafe for a more casual and less expensive taste.
Table 31 toes a dangerous high-wire act between international bistro and American steak house. Think Peking duck, cavatelli, Nicoise salad, short ribs, gazpacho and 10 expensive steaks, classified into a butcher shop-style chart, cross-referenced by beef type, size and price. Paging Dr. Favre! Table 31 canâ€™t make up its mind, and the decidophobia is contagious.