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About An Urban Table
Every neighborhood should have a place like Urban Table: an urban bistro that is a destination for locals. Our modern Italian-American bistro has a commitment to quality that comes from a desire to feed good people with fresh, scratch-made food at an honest value. Caring, sit-down service is standard in this inviting space where patrons can relax with fresh, rustic entrées and small plates, or social hour beverages among friends selected from the impressive wine and craft beer lists. All menu items are created from scratch with fresh, seasonal ingredients and a little love from the chef-driven kitchen. Urban Table is a genuine urban experience.
Prairie Village, KS 66208
American, Italian, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch 11am-3pm, Everyday Eats Menu 3pm-5pm, Dinner 5pm-10pm
Lunch 11am-3pm, Everyday Eats Menu 3pm-5pm, Dinner 5pm-10:30pm
Brunch 8am-3pm, Everyday Eats Menu 3pm-5pm, Dinner 5pm-10:30pm
Brunch 8am-3pm, Everyday Eats Menu 3pm-5pm, Dinner 5pm-9pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Urban Table catering provides the service you expect from an established restaurant at your event or party. Providing options for breakfast, lunch, or dinner (and dessert), we can customize your order to suit whatever needs you have. We know how big a job planning an event is, and we work hard to make the catering part as simple for you as possible without sacrificing the details. Urban Table presents you with unique and fresh selections that will impress your guests. Let Urban Table cater your next event and see the difference experience can make. Call 816-214-8607 for catering options.
Private Party Facilities:
Urban Table presents you with unique and fresh selections that will impress your guests. Let Urban Table host your next event and see the difference experience can make.
Private Party Contact:
Urban Table Sales & Catering: (866) 764-2172
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
An Urban Table Ratings and Reviews
All four of us went to an Urban Table thinking that we would have a good experience, but it was far from that. Each of us had something wrong with our entrees. The papperdelle had meat that was in large tough chunks and could not be cut. The gnocchi was very dense, so much so that my husband could not eat it. It was unlike any gnocchi we had ever had. The udon noodles had three full jalapeño peppers, making it over the top spicy. My pasta dish was very small and tasteless because it did not have enough of any of the ingredients - pasta, cheese, cream, basil, pepper, and red pepper flakes. We will not be going back. The only good thing about the meal was the wine.
I usually bring my family here when they visit, but this last time I was really disappointed. They were out of chai tea to make lattes (and I guess they've been out for several days). They sat us in the coldest room in the restaurant after we passed several tables in the main dining area. Our server looked like she had rolled out of bed, and she didn't have the best attitude. The food was great as usual. Hoping our next visit is better.
Disappointing night. We are regulars, so I am hopeful that Saturday was an anomaly. Portions were very small for the price and much smaller than usual (I get the same thing all the time). Table was so drafty we all had to wear jackets throughout the meal. Service was inattentive and obviously annoyed when I asked about the small portion size.
We had heard about An Urban Table and decided to try it during Kansas City's Restaurant Week event. According to the Restaurant Week website, this place offers a special lunch menu for this event. When we were seated, we asked for the special menu. The waiter had no idea what we were talking about. The only dining option was their usual brunch fare. Drink service was slow and the Bloody Marys did not arrive until just after our food. Food was just okay. I realize that a restaurant needs to cater to its usual clientele yet if they choose to participate in KC's Restaurant Week, then they should adjust and honor the info they have posted on the website. And, ensure their wait staff knows what is going on.
Went for KC resturaunt week 2018. Did not actually end up ordering off of the rw menu. Had reservations, table was not ready so we sat at the bar. Ended up staying at the bar- we enjoyed the vibe and the bar staff was friendly. Food came out quick and was tasty- we split the gnocchi and it was plenty for us along with the bruschetta app (which I highly recommend.) Cocktails were inventive and tasty. Overall I enjoyed the experience and will most likely return.
Went to brunch for my mom’s bday. Service was slow, coffee ($4 lattes) was cold, my niece’s kid’s pancake was forgotten and then served much later than all the other food. The breakfast tacos were delicious; unfortunately, that was the only redeeming part of this morning’s brunch.
We went for New Years Eve and had a reservation. However due to it being New Years Eve, our table wasn’t ready and we waited for about 15 minutes. It took us 10 minutes for our waitress to greet us and yet we were still out of there in an hour. Our server did not come to check on the table once food was done and the food was severely overpriced for the quality we got. Terrible experience and will never go back.
This was our second New Year's Eve at the Urban Table. Last year was awesome. This year, not so much. We'd had reservations for 2 weeks, nevertheless we were seated on the enclosed patio. They attempted to warm the area with overhead heaters but all three of us wore our coats on our laps because we were so cold. We started with a meat and cheese tray that was very good. We followed that with shrimp bisque, also very good, but too much for an appetizer course. I also ordered the urban caprese salad which I shared and all enjoyed. My sister ordered a different salad that came dressed and was very bland. Both my sister and I ordered the (very expensive) sea bass. When it arrived the center was raw and cold and the risotto sticky. The server (and manager) offered to remake the dish but we politely declined. We were both full and didn't want to sit in the cold any longer. The manager offered us complementary coffee and dessert in exchange (not even close to comparable cost). My husband and I both ordered the lemincello torte. The top layer was tart to bitter. The middle layer was tasteless and the bottom layer was uncooked shortbread cookie. The coffee was very good. The table was not appropriately bussed and our water was never refilled. Our server was very friendly but had too many tables for the level of service such an establishment should provide. All in all, for what we spent, very disappointing evening. We will not be back.
We visited Urban Table for Tuesday Date Night. We tried a varied assortment of small plates. The broccolini & brussel sprouts were just ok. The meat & the chicken meatballs were great. The spaghetti squash was tasty. Our server was EXCEPTIONAL -- very attentive, always making sure our water glasses were full, plates were cleared, & we had everything we needed.
Urban Table has a new comfier chairs and a new menu that is very good. They have added several new entrees. I tried the Shrimp Oreganata and thought it was delicious. My husband said his salmon was also really good. We were disappointed that a few things were already sold out by the time we ordered, which was about 7:30 on a Saturday night. The tuna, filet and gorgonolza mashed potatoes were all unavailable. To have that happen so early on a Saturday night was frustrating. I think they also need more fish/seafood items. That being said, I rarely eat beef or pork at a restaurant. Overall, though, the menu has a lot more good options and all the food was tasty--including the garlic monkey bread--yum. Had a good Pinot Noir and enjoyed our server. It was a great night and we will definitely go back!
Our entrees were good. The waiter, first day, delivered a grilled chicken sandwich instead of the ordered chicken salad sandwich. Was corrected quickly enough. Both of us chose the house salad as the "choice of." Hard to imagine anything more disappointing or less imaginative: arugula with grated parmesan. There was no description of the house salad anywhere. Must have been too embarrassing to put in print. It must have cost one or two cents total, as opposed to the other, labor-intensive options of coleslaw, fries or sweet fries. They've got to do better with that. Despite the tasty entrees (chicken salad sandwich and quinoa burger), we're not interested in returning. For the price, it wasn't a value.
In reviewing the menu of several restaurant options in the area, the menu for Urban Table looked inviting; I like the concept of local and clean eating. I started with the chili and my dining companion had the roasted red pepper soup. Both bowls came out cool - cannot even say they were luke warm. It took so long to flag the waitress and get her attention that we kept eating (flavor was good, would have been great if hot). When we informed her she appreciated the information and would relay it to the kitchen, but no real apology or offer to make it right. I then had the chicken tacos. I was excited, because the waitress promised some kick. A few issues - they were nearly flavorless, and the moisture/liquid in the tacos soaked through the corn tortillas and they fell apart; quite messy. I walked away full but entirely unsatisfied. There are too many good options in this area to have me return.
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