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The Local Table

3.5
17 reviews
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$30 and under
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Californian
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  • Neighborhood Gem (17)
  • Great for Outdoor Dining (13)
  • Kid-friendly (7)

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About

The Local Table is a popular restaurant and bar in beautiful Newbury Park. Specializing in authentic Italian cuisine, The Local Table offers guests a wide selection of entrées, including braised boneless short rib brisket, pan seared Idaho filet of trout, grilled Scottish salmon, beef lasagna and penne with chicken sausage. The menu continues to list additional options including paninis, pizzas and a notable kid's menu.

The dining room of The Local Table is spacious and charming. The walls are lined with large wine racks, trendy artwork, large windows and a fireplace. And the room is filled with a combination of booth and table seating, an impressive bar and a combination of lighting features. The ceilings are vaulted, making the dining room feel spacious. The space has a laid-back and inviting feel to it.

Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Cuisines
Californian
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Hours of operation
2:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Sunday - Thursday
2:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday

Bakery open 2:00 to close of restaurant 7 days a week.
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Phone number
(805) 498-4013
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Dress code
Casual Dress
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Executive chef
Rob Bracaliello
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Additional
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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3.5  based on all time ratings
3.6
food
3.6
service
3.6
ambience
Noise · Moderate
83% of people would recommend it to a friend
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vipKWDiner (Central Coast)
2.0  Dined on August 1, 2014

Owner and staff looked frazzled and stressed. Service was poor. Requested 3 drinks, but received 2. Took over 10 minutes before I went to the order station and requested the third drink from our waitress. Received it 5 minutes later. Mashed potatoes didn't have gravy so we had to settle on butter (not our first choice). Dinner was good. They didn't have a dessert menu so we had to leave the table and look at the display case. Since they had a large party on the patio (as if they didn't know that well in advance - approximately 50 people) the dessert selection was minimal. The two we got felt and tasted like it was in the case for days. Prices were good, but given the other disappointments I probably won't be back.

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Local (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on May 11, 2014

Food was okay, a little heavy on the sauce and gravies but nice selection for a brunch

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GADS (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on May 3, 2014

Went there in the evening, 4 of us. We each ordered something different and none of us was particularly impressed with our meal. The wait staff was on the spot, almost to the point of feeling rushed. All were friendly and courteous, very obliging to our needs and wants. My friends who live close to the restaurant said they might come back one more time. It was lovely sitting on the patio.
I read about the restaurant in "805" and was anxious to give it a try. Dusappointed; found it to be expensive for ordinary food.

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vipBlondie (Los Angeles)
4.0  Dined on May 3, 2014

The food was quite good and the service was great -- mostly becasue no one was there on a Saturday night! It's a shame that locals don't support a restaurant in this location. It's the third place in the space...

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vipHungryHippo (Los Angeles)
1.0  Dined on May 2, 2014

The garlic fries were subpar to what they serve at Red Robin. The smashed potato was half raw. The burger was really great. The linguini and meatballs came with 3 little tough balls and a smallish plate of overdone noodles - not as bad as Presto Pasta, but not anything to Yelp about. The Mahi Mahi came with the Chardonnay sauce was also not amazing. we loved the sweet potato mash, but we didn't love that it was $6. The appetizer ribs were tender and came right off the bone were ok.

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vipOpenMouth (Central Coast)
3.0  Dined on April 26, 2014

Sat. eve 6:30 pm: several very large parties, full family affairs, kids. This impaired the ambience for those who prefer a calm dining experience. Every seat filled. What about safety / mass exits in an emergency? Wait staff and bussers stressed. Clearly a locals restaurant (we live in TO but not in that part of the 'hood). I commend our female wait person, she was very friendly and gracious in spite of the chaos. Food? Their special bread came way late, tasted like pizza dough. The garden salads w/nice crunchy veggies, too much dressing, soupy. The mezzacorona chicken was just ok, soupy. The short rib itself was pretty good, again a soupy dish. We may come back on a weeknight, it was a cute room over all, just way to crowded.

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Local (Los Angeles)
4.0  Dined on April 20, 2014

Nice variety great service. Family brunch for a nice light lunch. New resturant with a very willing staff. Even got to meet the young chef. Wonderful gem in NP!

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vipCaleurogal (Los Angeles)
4.0  Dined on April 5, 2014

I live in Dos Vientos and really want this resto to succeed. The first two didn't make it for various reasons, but I think this one has the potential to endure its "opening pains". The food and wine list by the glass are quite good. Prices are reasonable.The manager and the staff are quite accommodating and friendly. They need to add several baffles (soundproofing devices) throughout the resto as the noise level is quite high. Even the girl at reception said they can't hear people on the phone and need to go under the counter to try to hear. I find people seem to have a need to shout when "talking" and laugh very loud, which is annoying, hurts the ears and can ruin a nice dining experience. Soundproofing could help dampen the loud crowd.

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OpenTable Diner (Los Angeles)
4.0  Dined on April 5, 2014

Wonderful restaurant! Food is delicious and comporably priced. Kitchen accidentally mixed up my order but server and manager were very apologetic and made up for the inconvenience. We will definitely be going back. I really hope they make it in this shopping center, Dos vientos really needs it!

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vipPatN (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on March 21, 2014

Wife and I go out every Friday night. Decided to try The Local Table with friends. Good quality food with very good desserts. Really a place more for the whole family than for date night. Casual and moderately priced. Will definitely come back, but next time with the little ones.

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