After less than a year, Mike and Elizabeth Phillips have closed Elizabeth's Table, their restaurant at 10 Broadway in the historic Algonquin Building. Known for serving an eclectic mix of sweet and savory treats, as well as homemade soups, sandwiches, salads, breads and unique dinners, the eatery became rapidly popular among Saratogians. Many fans wrote their regrets on the restaurant’s Facebook page.
“Thanks for introducing me to quinoa and popovers!” wrote Tammy L. Sheffield. “A lot of people will miss Elizabeth's Table, myself included.”
The Phillipses owned the Cupcake Lab in Long Alley before opening Elizabeth’s Table. On their Facebook page, the owners wrote a warm hail and farewell:
“As disappointed as we are to have this very sad outcome, we will truly miss each of you. We put our heart and soul into our business, trying our best to serve local, organic and mindful food that was also delicious. It is gratifying to know it was appreciated by so many of you. We hope you will support other locally owned businesses and not wait to try them...they need your business now, even if only for a coffee and dessert, or a T-shirt or maybe a new ladle at Compliments to the Chef. We do not know what our next step will be, but we do know it will not be another restaurant. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all you have done for us.”