Starting Friday, Jan. 9, Wayward Kitchen Co. will open for lunch weekdays at 11 a.m.
Chef Tyler Mason will introduce a new seasonal menu and a week-long promotion to "get everything kicked off right." Go to the Facebook page for offers and promotions.Ā
Wayward also serves dinner and weekend brunch.
I recently checked in with the Walkerā€™s Point restaurant after its one-year anniversary at the end of 2014 during which time Mason promised lunch in early 2015. A man of his word. I like it.
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