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Farmington Hill’s Wicked Table Debuts in Retail Strip with Short-Rib Ravioli

Chef Kirk McKinney is heading the kitchens at this new Farmington Hills eatery.

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Wicked Table.
Wicked Table.
Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

Wicked Table, a new Farmington Hills dining concept by Breakfast Club founder Penny White, offers moderately priced, well-executed dishes according to The Detroit Free Press. The restaurant, which debuted about a month ago, offers a variety of dishes including short-rib ravioli, steak frites, pizzas, and three burgers ranging.

Reviewer Sylvia Rector recommends the Huaraches Mexican Street Pizza and the chicken pot pie "topped by a towering puff pastry crust and filled with torn chunks of chicken breast and nicely cooked vegetables in a light, delicious velouté sauce." Later this spring, the owner plans to open a patio lounge with a fire pit.

Wicked Table will also to host a seven-course Wicked Michigan Spring Dinner on April 28 featuring chefs Douglas Grech (formerly Restaurant Duglass), Kevin Garonski (master chef and former School Craft faculty), Adam Hightower (SIPS Gastropub), Jeremy Abbey (culinary director, Dorsey Schools' Pontiac), and Kirk McKinney of Wicked Table. Tickets are $125 with proceeds benefiting Farmington and Farmington Hills public schools.

Early reviews on Yelp and Facebook are positive so far. Would you eat at Wicked Table? Let us know in the comments.