Editorial Review of
Hardwood floors, exposed brick, gray accents and a wall of wine display are all illuminated by a soft violet. Table 926 is a bistro-style dwelling with a twist -- and incredible cuisine. Chef and owner Matt Richman, a San Diego native, has created a menu rich with local ingredients combined with Mediterranean and Latino flavors. The seasonally driven menu may change frequently, but is always rich in delectable dishes. White corn bisque, beef and potato empanadas with salsa verde, duck confit 'carnitas' tacos, heirloom cherry tomato salad, and roasted baby beets or brussel sprouts frequently make appearances on the appetizer portion of the menu. Pan roasted local halibut, glazed pork cheeks, braised lamb shoulder ragu and grilled house cured ribeye are among the Table 926 entrees that are simply sublime. California reds and whites, port form Portugal, and Italian Prosecco sparkling wine all make the list, as well as local tap and bottled craft beers lining up the rest of the drink menu.