Monthly Archives: January 2012

Eli’s Table featured on the Charleston Restaurant Buzz

Dinner at Eli's Table      One of Charleston’s newer foodie bloggers, the Buzzmeister at The Charleston Restaurant Buzz, stopped in at Eli’s Table for dinner this week. He captured the experience in photos and a video slideshow presentation (click on the photo, left to be taken to the slideshow.)

Be sure to check out The Charleston Restaurant Buzz to see the Buzzmeister’s reviews of Eli’s Table, as well as the newly posted slideshow of our sister restaurant, Tabbuli Grill.

Thanks, Buzzmeister!

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Eli’s Table showcases the hard work of three talented chefs

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We are very happy to announce – after months of anticipation – full dinner service started at Eli’s Table on January 17th. After a successful “Friends and Family” event on the 16th and two nights of dinner service behind them, things are coming together for Eli’s Table.

The dinner menu has been a dedicated team effort on the part of Chefs Brett McKee, Steven Jankowski, and Eric Gaffin. The entire staff at Eli’s Table has worked hard to learn, prepare, and serve all of the new dishes featured on the menu. Our slideshow shows some of our popular dishes to date, including the grilled calamari appetizer, pan seared snapper, coriander encrusted snapper, seafood fra diavio, the lightly smoked and grilled pork chop, grilled tuscan rubbed filet mignon and our ‘old school’ spaghetti and meatballs.

If you haven’t stopped in for dinner yet, we welcome walk-ins or reservations. You can call us at 405-5115 or make your reservation at Open Table.


Make your reservations now! Eli’s Table to offer dinner service next week

  The staff of Eli’s Table is happy to announce that dinner service will begin at the restaurant, starting January 17, 2012. When Eli’s Table was opened in October 2011 after Joseph’s Restaurant closed down, Eli’s kept the breakfast and lunch menu that customers of Joseph’s had come to love.

Dinner however, will be a whole new story since Joseph’s was only open for lunch and dinner. Owner Sam Mustafa planned to offer dinner service after Eli’s was up and running. After much planning – and anticipation, the dinner menu is now available and dinner service will start next week.  The menu was created by Chef Brett McKee with the help of Chef Eric Gaffin and Eli’s Executive Chef Steven Jankowski. The menu features fresh, local ingredients and offers incredible dishes sure to please every palate.

Appetizers at dinner will range in price from $7 to $12 and include Gorgonzola fondue, Prince Edward Island Mussels, and of course – local oysters featured in our Oysters Rockefeller. Entrees range in price from $14 to $24 and the dishes range from the simplicity of “old school classic spaghetti and meatballs” to the rich flavor of veal osso bucco over creamy polenta with asiago, sage and gremolata.

Dinner may start next week, but you can make your dinner reservations now! Eli’s Table reservations can be made through OpenTable.com.


Eli’s Table receives great reviews from bloggers too

For those of you who are either locals or frequent visitors to Charleston, you probably know that Eli’s Table took over Joseph’s Restaurant’s old location. Joseph’s had a contingency of loyal fans and we have great respect for their love of Joseph’s and what it was. We wanted to keep a similar feel to Eli’s while improving the building, patio and eventually, adding a dinner menu  (more news on that next week!).

We’d like to give a  nod to few bloggers who have taken the time to blog about their experience at Eli’s Table and to thank them for their reviews.

Chucktown Foodie visited Eli’s back in the fall and blogged about us on his blog, Chucktown Foodie.

And Liz of the blog, Confessions of a Former Couch potato blogged about us in October when she thought she was heading to Joseph’s!

Thanks – and we hope you’ll be back to try Eli’s Table for dinner. We plan to divulge our dinner menu next week.