Reeds American Table will close after service July 3
Reeds American Table in Maplewood will close after service on July 3, according to a post on its Facebook page. Reeds was the first restaurant venture by Matthew Daughaday, former executive chef of Taste and Sauce Magazine One to Watch in 2013. The restaurant opened in 2015.
“We have had an amazing 4+ years here in Maplewood,” the post read. “Looking back to the relationships we have built with people inside this community, to all the amazing people who have spent time working at Reeds we feel very lucky to have been able to do what we have over these past four years.”
The post did not give a reason for the closure. Daughaday did not immediately return request for comment.
Daughaday has described Reeds as an American brasserie, featuring small plates like black pepper gnocchi, mushroom bruschetta and Brussels sprouts and large plates like chicken and spinach angolotti, chicken potpie, fried catfish and bacon-wrapped meatloaf. It also boasted a small but dependable cocktail menu and an extensive wine program.
See the full post below:
Adam Rothbarth is a staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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