DINER: After 5 Year Run, Railtown’s “Two Chefs & A Table” Set To Close On June 15

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by Andrew Morrison | Just got a message from Two Chefs & A Table (305 Alexander St.) owner Karl Gregg, which I’ve excerpted below. It’s an unfortunate one…

It is with no small amount of sadness that Two Chefs and a Table announces that we will be offering the last service at our Railtown Bistro on June 15. We’d like to take this moment to offer our sincere thanks to the many people who chose to make us part of their lunch, brunch, dinner and catering plans over the last five-plus years. We’d also like to thank all our friends in the food industry for their support and encouragement.

Silver lining: The Two Chefs name and menu will continue to run at the location in Richmond.

There are 6 comments

  1. Would be curious about the reason. Another good business destroyed by greedy landlords and megalomaniac developers? It’s not only hitting the drive!

  2. Sad to hear. I go to Big Lou’s a lot so hopefully that isn’t in trouble. At least the Richmond location is open. I go there occasionally for lunch.

  3. Tim
    Nope our landlord is great, we did five years in the Railtown spot and want to look at more opportunities with Big Lous, Richmond and Catering
    No problems just new focus

    Karl
    Two Chefs

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