Our sun-drenched dining space is a welcoming stop for breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch.
Cured’s approachable space was crafted by Amanda Hamilton, celebrated, local interior designer and the mind behind interiors such as Native Tongues Taqueria and Rodney’s Oyster House. Hamilton has a knack for mixing form and function with some edge; details such as burnt brick wall and white oak wood paneling bring a certain rustic and fun quality to our space, that we are proud to share. We wanted to make a space where you could happily browse, lounge and get comfortable.
We put care into choosing our dine-in menu. We bake a feature danish daily and boast monthly feature menus that showcase some of our favorite items from the deli. These hand-made delicacies, such as bone-in pork loin stuffed with root vegetable & wild rice, can cure your craving at lunch, or come home to your family for dinner.
We won’t tell anyone if you stop by multiple times a day, after all, Cured Delicatessen is meant to feel like home.