Walking into Tete Charcuterie, one of the most notable aspects is the brightness. Near floor-to-ceiling windows encompass the entire front, leading to a completely open space filled with communal and smaller tables. An open kitchen, bar, and charcuterie bar line the edges, and a glass case shows off meat selections. Exposed brick and steampunk-esque lighting give the space an industrial accent.
Tete Charcuterie is soft open now, with a grand opening coming soon. Have a look inside below.