Parker’s Table to offer (not just any) lunch, grow into space next door

Around the middle of this month, Parker’s Table (at Oakland and Yale in Richmond Heights) purveyor of wines, beer and specialty foods, will be offering lunch to go made onsite by Salume Beddu.

Salume Beddu’s retail business, including sandwiches, salumi, salsiccia, and sides (according to Facebook) will move to Parker’s Table from its location on Hampton, where it’s been since 2010.

Salume Beddu will offer will offer antipasti, bruschetta, salumi and other sandwiches, according to shop owner Jonathan Parker.

Parker’s Table will also be expanding into the space next door for events, Parker said. He said the expansion will go at a “glacial” pace, which is how he likes it. He said Strange Donuts can keep its lines down the street.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Parker’s Table to offer (not just any) lunch, grow into space next door

  1. Approval is moving through city council. I’d guess a couple months at least. Check with Jon P.