Carrie Shores Leaves Table 6 for New Role at Cafe Options

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Carrie Shores has been the executive chef at Table 6 since 2013, and now she'd heading off for the next phase of her career. She'll be starting as the new chef-manager at Cafe Options, the downtown breakfast and lunch eatery operated by Work Options for Women (WOW) that trains impoverished women to build skills for long-term employment in the food-service industry. Shores will be starting at Cafe Options on November 10.

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"We're so excited for her to join us for the creativity and expertise she brings," says Catherine Henry, executive director of WOW. "She's spent time as a volunteer and understands our mission and our students."

Shores began her career as a student at Le Cordon Bleu San Francisco before working in a number of Bay Area restaurants. She's been with Table 6 since 2006 and was promoted to sous chef in 2009 before moving up to executive chef when founding chef Scott Parker moved on. Her new move, she says, fulfills a longing to do something in a philanthropic field and to work with an organization that empowers women to find jobs in the culinary field.

Cafe Options serves pastries, soups, salads, and sandwiches; almost everything on the menu is house-made, including roasted deli meats, fresh-baked pastries, pickled vegetables and mustard.

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