Excerpts and highlights from CityBeat’s 2019 dining coverage — plus what to order at each restaurant This cozy brunch spot on Monmouth Street has been serving local, seasonal cuisine to the masses since December 2018. Chef and co-owner David Willocks aims to make everything in-house, including the bread, and calls it the canvas upon which the food appears. As such, the menu reads like a love letter to biscuits and brioche and sourdough sandwiches. Options run the gamut from biscuits and gravy with Eckerlin pork sausage to pumpkin French toast. Willocks runs The Baker’s Table with his wife, Wendy Braun, a designer. There’s a bar at the entrance with a hardwood mantelpiece behind it; nearby, a bright yellow velvet couch and vintage chairs serve as a cafО-like spot or a waiting area during a busy brunch rush. The main seating area extends almost back to the kitchen, but right in the back is the namesake of the eatery: a 25-year-old table from the kitchen of Jean Paul’s Paradiso bakery in Anderson Township that seats 16. Food and culture website Eater named The Baker’s Table one of 2019’s best new restaurants in America. The Baker’s Table also recently launched dinner service. What ...