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About Table 50
For parties of 6 or more people, please contact Table 50 directly to make your reservation at 540.904.2350.
Table 50 in Roanoke offers a fine dining experience. Visit us for dinner, lunch or reserve our restaurant for a private party and we will do everything to make you feel welcome.
Classic techniques; local ingredients. Affordable, hand-picked wines from around the world. Customized menus for any event. Award-winning cuisine. Make a reservation today!
Roanoke, VA 24011
Hours of Operation:
Bar 4:00 pm-last call
Dinner: 7 Nights a week 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Market and Church
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available on Market Street in front of the restaurant. A parking garage is also available just around the corner on Church Street.
Located just a few blocks away from the main bus terminal downtown.
Private Party Facilities:
Private party? Need Catering?
Table 50 is an excellent place to have your party. We will create a unique menu and pair it with perfect beverages. Great food, excellent wines, and nice ambiance will make your event memorable.
Private Party Contact:
Jordan Zadell: (540) 904-2350
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Table 50 Ratings and Reviews
Table 50 is a long-time favorite in Downtown Roanoke. This was Roanoke Restaurant Week and we visited on Monday night. For appetizers, we ordered the Maryland Style Crab Dip - a very large portion of delicious cheesy crab served with sliced baguette. (would be a perfect afternoon snack with drinks) and Cornmeal Fried Oysters - beautifully fried and crunchy crust. For entrees we had the Inner Harbor Crab Cake - always a hit with nice lump crab meat. Also the Dry Aged Ribeye - unfortunately a fair amount of gristle. For dessert we selected a chocolate mousse pie with berry sauce that we brought home. It will make a perfect late night snack. Service was relatively efficient although the place was packed. Staff is friendly and helpful - a good experience all around.
Arrived about 10 minutes prior to reservation, but were seated without issue.
The atmosphere was very nice, yet it was a bit difficult to hear the server and ourselves due to a packed dining room - it was Roanoke Restaurant Week and we completely understand. This didn't stop us from enjoying our experience here!
House wine selection was great. The charcuterie plate was a nice starter to enjoy between two. Greatly appreciated the fact that our server, Tina, took the minute to explain which cheeses & meats were on it.
Starters were NOLA BBQ shrimp that carried a nice and not overwhelming heat. I got the cornmeal dusted fried oysters (four) that was well balanced and cooked perfectly.
Main course included a spot-on medium-rare cooked to order 12oz ribeye. Substituted the mashed potatoes with sautéed mushrooms and didn't look back. Those mushrooms were incredible! Wife got the crab cake with grits and it was served at the right temperature.
Dessert, we both ordered the whipped chocolate torte with crushed oreo crust and crumbled Heath bar topping. Wow! Amazingly light, yet satisfying. Paired with a cup of dark roasted rich coffee, you can't go wrong!
So for the first visit at Table50, we are blown away. This restaurant hit all the marks of a high end establishment that respects the culinary industry while taking care of their customers.
We will definitely be back soon!
Service was truly wonderful, but the food itself fell short. We started with the lamb lollichops - which were so-so. Lots of gristle, but cooked to temperature (mid-rare) and nice and tender. Followed with the crab bisque and herbed goat cheese salad - both good, but not exemplary. Soup would have been a thumbs up, had it actually had bits of CRAB in it. Mains were buttermilk fried chicken and shrimp & grits. Chicken was moist and tender, but lacked flavor. Grits were great, but too much “gravy” and shrimp were terribly over cooked. We finished it all off with the chocolate mousse and ice cream, which was quite good - wish the entire meal had been as appetizing! We’d go back for the service and to have drinks - the “Grapefruit” was exceptional!! - but, regrettably, dinner was subpar. Was hoping for a better overall experience.
The service was wonderful and great drinks! Wonderful hamburger great sides and appetizers.Beautiful restaurant. My only complaint is I ordered the duck it was not seasoned well or cooked properly. Was disappointed especially since it was one of the more expensive items on the menu. But overall I would recommend this restaurant, make sure to try the crab dip.
I am unable to answer any of the questions above due to my reservations being cancelled by Table 50 because of plumbing issues one hour before my reservations for my girlfriend's surprise birthday dinner with close friends. The night was unfortunately ruined...
Overall our visit to Table 50 was a great experience. The steak that I ordered was perfect. The mixed drinks offered are quite good as well. Service was prompt and courteous. Table 50’s ambience is ideal for an evening date. The only minor complaints of note are, as others have mentioned, the table bread’s texture, a strong cologne-like odor which may be unpleasant for some, and sports playing on televisions over head. None of these things ruined the evening however. Recommended.
Been here several times over the years for anniversaries and knew I could trust them on the celebration of our tenth. Hostess recognized us from a year earlier (Hey Schemane, you rock!).
Appetizer was excellent if not a little small for $15 but we sopped up the sauce with more bread so it was all good.
Wifeys entree was excellent. One of my usual go-to dishes is the burger which I have told several people is the best in the city. Unfortunately this time mine, ordered medium, came out well done. No big deal for me except that it just killed the flavor. Also they had a slight bun to patty ratio problem but now I'm just nitpicking because this place has always been top notch.
Desert was exquisite. We will be back but next time the burger deserves the right temperature.
I should not have tried this restaurant for the first time on New Year's Eve. Even though I made reservations weeks prior we were seated at a table in the bar. I asked the hostess for a table in the dining room and was told there were none. I explained I made reservations weeks ago and did not want a bar table. He said it is New Year's Eve and everyone else made reservations weeks ago. It was obvious that the hostess was not the person to express my disappointment in the table provided. I did receive a call in the afternoon from the restaurant to confirm the reservation. It would have been proper to notify me at this time that our reservation would be for bar seating. If this was known I would have canceled the reservation and opted to eat elsewhere. After we placed our order and waited for about 30 minutes I asked the waitress if she could check on the soup and salad. She said it was busy and there was nothing she could do about it tonight. We did not let the poor seating and service effect our night and the celebration of the New Year. The food was good even though it arrived late and lukewarm. Based on this experience I do not believe we will be back to try it a second time.
Dear Table 50
We were happy with our dinner and sitting in the window also BUT the chairs and the high table was uncomfortable for my wife. If you have opportunity to change the chairs please select one with higher rails for short people.
The service and food was fabulous! We will be back!
Their filets are incredible, moist and hot all the way through. Fried chicken perfect and moist. Our waitress knew which Chardonnay was perfect for our taste. Homemade crab bisque was very creamy. Love the exposed brick walls and industrial ceilings. Short walk from the railway and Hotel Roanoke. Will be back.
That was the second visit for me and my wife. We loved the first, over a year ago, and the second turned out just as great. The food was prepared perfectly. I had a filet mignon topped with three oysters and an incredibly tasty sauce and my wife had the duck confit and duck breast. Yum. Selected a tasty cab/sangiovese to go with it. Wine list is quite reasonable and fairly extensive. Waiters were all very attentive and we weren't rushed at all. Highly recommended!
Decent food, but nothing special to make us think 'WOW'.
Quiet place and accommodating if infants dining with you.
Friendly wait staff and good service. Although, kitchen took almost an hour to get our dinner out.
Just not enough to wow us to go back again.
We LOVE this place. Our last visit unfortunately wasn't the best. Overall it was great, but the steak my fiancé ordered was so rare (he ordered medium well) that he could not eat it. I gave him my filet because I usually like my steak a little red. It was to the point of not even being able to eat. We did not want to send it back (we are not those types of people). Anyways, overall still a nice place.
Our servers were a bit confused and we had about three different waitresses. They weren’t that busy so I’m not sure what the cause for that was. The appetizers were great, we had the scallops and crab bisque. The entrees were underwhelming and under seasoned. If you’re going to spend over $100 on dinner, you’re better off at Lucky, River & Rail, or Local Roots. My boyfriend and I had never been to Table 50 and we were excited to try it out but it doesn’t hold a candle to the above listed restaurants.
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