The new owners and staff of Manchester's newest Restaurant, the Antique Table, invite you to come see the changes they have made and taste from their yummy menu! Please join us as we welcome them to Manchester and celebrate their opening with a Ribbon Cuttings during the Business After Hours!
The Antique Table occupies the space of the former 7 Central Public House. They opened in August and are quickly becoming another staple in the growing eat-outs in Manchester!
The owner, Abraham Gallego (and his two business partners, who have been with him since their first establishment) has been leaning north as they expand. Manchester’s Antique Table is their fourth restaurant in nearly 12 years. The first, opened in 2008, is a small, 60-seat eatery still open today, located in a former railroad building near the border with Swampscott. The location still does a brisk business. Over the years, the team expanded to Winthrop, adding an adjoining take out operation to serve busy professionals. Almost two years ago, the team opened an Antique Table in the former Grapevine Restaurant location in Salem’s Pickering Wharf neighborhood (so they must know something about taking over a place with history).