For the first time, Teri's Deli in the Italian Market leave its doors open long after the lunch crowd has come and gone.
Tonight marks the inauguration of Teri's new chef, Davis Denick. The popular BYOB deli/café has long been a favorite of the breakfast, brunch and lunch crowds who can't get enough of their egg dishes and sandwiches and the restaurant's extended hours on Wednesday through Sunday nights will only make it more popular. Word has it they're even planning on sprucing up the place a bit after the sun goes down.
The Culinary Institute of American-trained chef plans to offer the likes of duck confit and a caramelized onion and gorgonzola tart as appetizers, striped bass and butternut squash ravioli for main courses. By keeping prices low (appetizers clock in around $10 and entrees under $20), there's no doubt Teri's will be just as enamored by the dinner crowd.