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About The Wooden Table
Located in Greenwood Village, Colorado, The Wooden Table offers seasonally rotating menu items that offer authentic Italian tastes in a vibrant downtown setting. Guests at The Wooden Table can enjoy menu items that often consist of meatball sandwiches, potato gnocchi, venison Bolognese, Scottish salmon, roasted duck breast and Colorado lamb with herbs.
A selection of homemade desserts are available at the bakery and can be made to order for a sweet finish to every meal. Chefs at The Wooden Table often create such delicacies as dark chocolate tart, sorbetto, apple bourbon upside-down cake, carrot cake and affogato. Enjoy a hot cup of espresso coffee or a glass of wine for a relaxing meal experience.
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Greenwood Village, CO 80121
Italian, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00AM - 2:00PM
Dinner: Monday-Sunday: 5:00PM-Close
University BLVD & Orchard Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We are delighted to offer a custom off site catering experience for our guests! Please call Jane Knauf for more information.
Abundant & convenient parking available.
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Wooden Table would love to host your private events, rehearsal dinners, wine dinners and more.
The Wooden Table Ratings and Reviews
Outstanding food in an unlikely location tucked away in a small strip mall. We were celebrating a birthday and thoroughly enjoyed the food. The owner stopped by other tables to chat, but not ours. We were also surprised that the table next to us got treated to a dessert and serenade of Happy Birthday, which we did not. But, overall the food and ambiance were good and we would definitely recommend it.
We were asked if we wanted bread and said yes. After quite a bit of time, we had to ask again and still had to wait. When the main course was served, I ordered a second drink. It finally arrived as I finished the meal.
This was not the Wooden Table I was use to going to. Go again? Not so sure.
We had to wait for just a few minutes while they prepared the table we had requested. Seats we're offered at the bar while we waited. Once seated, service was immediate. Out server was very helpful and pleasant. Our food was excellent-spinach salad was very good. I had scallops and my husband had the veal.Both selections were planning repsred perfectly. All and all a wonderful experience. Will definitely return
While our food and service was more than adequate, I couldn't help but be disappointed at the lack of recognition for the special occasion, my husband's birthday, that we were celebrating. I made a notation regarding the event when I made the reservation but the restaurant failed to acknowledge it entirely. Given the large number of restaurants from which to choose for a birthday dinner in the Denver area, restaurants have a chance to distinguish themselves by offering a complimentary dessert or wine or even a simple "Happy Birthday" greeting for the honoree. The Wooden Table failed this test abysmally.
I have eaten here twice the past month – once for lunch and once for dinner. Tucked away in a neighborhood strip mall, the wooden table delights the palette. The restaurant was decidedly more busy for dinner, where we enjoyed sophisticated pastas, artic char and duck. Our lunch group enjoyed three different salads and we were all very please. We will be back!
We took family in town for a kid-free dinner and had a wonderful meal! Everything was delicious and our waiter was very attentive, even happily accommodating a very picky eater in our group. A superb meal that left my husband and I wondering why we don't eat there more than once or twice a year. We will definitely be back, and soon!
It took a half hour after our reservation to seat us. A comp drink would have been nice. My husband ordered a top shelf tequila drink and you would think the bar tender would remember for second drink. We had the carpacio for an appetizer, it was great. Both the arugula and spinach salads were great. Scallops were very good but fish it was on top tasted like canned tuna fish. My husband had the duck, which was recommended by our server, and it was terrible. Super chewy and a big disappointment. The dessert was terrible, we ordered the tres leche and it tasted like bland, mediocre cake with milk poured on top. Overall I think this place was average but very overpriced. There are several great restaurants I'd rather go spend my money at. Very disappointed as I wanted to love this place. We love supporting local places that source locally but won't be going back.
We had lunch at Wooden Table recently and all four of us enjoyed our meals. The food was nicely arranged on the plates, with very good flavorings. The ambiance was quite pleasant - bright, not too loud. The portions were good sizes for lunch too. The menu offered a number of interesting options as well, with some fun combinations of tastes. We were able to enjoy a delicious, leisurely meal with friends.
The staff was friendly. My husband had a Caesar salad, but other than it having 1/2 of an anchovy on it, he could not taste that it was a Caesar salad. I had the spinach salad which was O.K. I ordered ravioli for my entrée, the server said the pasta was made in-house, pasta tasted good but was rather tough. My husband had the hanger steak, which tasted good but the portion was rather small. My daughter ordered the bread pudding for dessert, but said it tasted very different and wasn't the best. I ordered the spice cake with cheese filling and was very disappointed in the taste and texture. The cake was very dry and each dessert was $10. We ordered a $40 bottle of Merlot wine (least expensive on wine list), and I ordered a glass of Riesling at $10. Our bill was $211, plus a 20% tip ($40). We knew that all menu items were a la carte, but we felt that everything was overpriced for the portion size, located in a strip mall, and we would not go back to this restaurant.
We were met with friendly smiles and that set the tone for a wonderful evening with friends. The food was delicious (cheese platter appetizer, roast chicken, pork chop and a trio of gelato flavors for dessert) and the service was prompt but not intrusive. Just a lovely, leisurely dining experience.
This was the first time we had the opportunity to visit the wooden table and it was just my husband and myself. There was a large birthday party that dominated the restruant and thus it was quite noisy. I would have a preferred a quieter night as it was hard to talk.
The food was wonderful and I would definitely come back. The service was a bit slow but the server was nice and knowledgeable .
We had a party of 6 with two people celebrating birthdays. No "happy birthday" was ever uttered; no complimentary desert for the birthday celebrants---really Wooden Table? We will not be going back due to this oversight. Food was very good; service was mediocre. Very pricey.
Always love WT. Had the meat and cheese plate for the two of us, but it's enough for 4! Sooo good with the bread. My favorite salad is the spinach, always good. I had the scallops this time, prepared differently than in the past, and they were fabulous. Cooked perfectly, with a wonderful chili drizzle. My boyfriend has the lamb chops, which he all of and proclaimed them very very good. I will have those next time! They were slightly undercooked, but the kitchen remedied that and he was very pleased.
The appetizers are great. the salads are fresh and delicious. The main courses and pastas are prepared perfectly, plentiful and in some cases enough to take home. Desserts are really good and they have a spectacular Italian wine list (as well as some notable California wines that are fair priced)
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