Table Three Ten in Lexington, Kentucky is now serving brunch. This place is one of my favorite dinner spots, so I couldn't wait to sample their brunch fare. We headed down to Short Street on Sunday and ordered the Pasta Carbonara and the Croque Madame. The bucatini pasta had the perfect blend of bacon, scallions, and eggy sauce. I loved the cotto ham on the Croque Madame — and its bechamel sauce tasted more like a rich, traditional breakfast gravy. We also highly recommend the duck fat fried potatoes if you need a tasty side. If you are a local and haven't yet tried Table Three Ten, you are truly missing out on some unique food and a fantastic atmosphere. Owner Krim Boughalem is almost always there to greet you with a welcoming handshake. Tell him The New Victorian Ruralist sent you.