Table 31 is the steakhouse in the Comcast Center, owned by chef Chris Scarduzio, Georges Perrier’s partner on the abruptly closed Brasserie Perrier. The decor is decidedly modern, with dark wood offsetting vividly illuminated stained glass – bright blue and red at the bar, and red, orange and yellow colored panels throughout the 3-floor restaurant.
The signature Table 31 short rib burger is the kind of meat-on-meat extravaganza that really presents something special. The juicy ground sirloin burger is paired with a portion of braised beef short ribs from the entrée menu, then topped grilled mushrooms, melted gruyere, lettuce, tomato and chives on a toasted sesame brioche roll. It needed no ketchup. Served with homemade salt and pepper fries.
Not cheap at $16, but worth it.
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