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Photo provided by Table Kitchen & Bar -- A sausage po-boy from Table Kitchen & Bar. The Baton Rouge restaurant in Southdowns Village was temporarily closed in June to address plumbing issues and will reopen on Monday, July 11. 

A Baton Rouge restaurant is reopening quickly after addressing plumbing issues in June.

Table Kitchen & Bar will reopen Monday, July 11. The restaurant’s owner Scott Wilson said construction lasted about three weeks, and his crew has spent the last week cleaning and putting the restaurant back together.

Table closed in early June due to a busted plumbing line underneath the bar area.

With the reopening, Wilson said Table will have changes in business hours and will slowly introduce new menu items.

The new business hours will do away with lunch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Hours are 4 p.m.-11 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday; 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Thursday and Friday; 4 p.m.-midnight Saturday; and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.

After reopening, Table will also offer jazz brunches with bottomless mimosas every other Sunday, starting July 17.

The restaurant is located at 4205 Perkins Road in the Southdowns Village Shopping center. It’s just over a year old, finding success in offering farm-to-table menu items. DeWitt Ginn is the executive chef.

“Slowly but surely, we will have several new items,” Wilson said, saying the menu will be complete in two weeks’ time. “We’ll do more salads for lunch and running more daily specials. We want to incorporate more traditional Southern cuisine.”

Wilson said the idea to change up the menu came from the expanding selection from new local farms as well as pleasing his clientele.

“We’re getting back to the principles we found the restaurant on, the basics, not trying to be too exotic,” Wilson said.

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