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About The Tin Table
The Tin Table is hidden away on the second floor of the Oddfellow's building. Upon entering you'll feel like you've just discovered a secret. Brick, tin and a wall full of champagne glasses are just some of the elements of the space.
Chef Frank Wiegosiek loves to combine his passion for food and art into an edible palette of simple, colorful and creative plates. By using the freshest, most thoughtfully raised ingredients, Frank's menu shows his appreciation for the local farmer, and whenever possible he uses sustainability and locally sourced organics in his food.
Seattle, WA 98122
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Wednesday: 4:00pm - 12:00am
Thursday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 1:00am
Sunday: 3:00pm - 12:00am
1/2 block east of Broadway on Pine St.
$30 and under
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The Tin Table is located across the hall from the Century Ballroom (centuryballroom.com) which hosts dancing (swing, salsa, tango, etc.) nightly.
come dine, dance and romance.
Capitol Hill is bustling at night. Along with street parking there are a number of lots within a two block radius.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
The Tin Table Ratings and Reviews
Amazing service, AWESOME ambience, & GREAT food!!! We went here for a girls' night dinner, then took a Salsa lesson at Century Ballroom (all in same building) after our dinner! The waitress was outstanding & made sure that we got our food in a timely manner so that we would make it to our lesson! Would HIGHLY recommend this place to anyone looking for a fun (& delicious) dinner & cocktails!!!
I made reservations for my husband and I for a date before going salsa dancing at the Century Ballroom. We hit traffic on the way there so I called to let them know we would be a bit late. The person I spoke with on the phone was very accommodating and said that would be fine. When we arrived, the hostess was friendly and seated us right away. Our server was fantastic! I’m 36 weeks pregnant and didn’t see a mocktail list but she said they could make anything that suited my preferences, which was awesome! I don’t know, maybe I don’t get out much, but that was the first time I’ve had a drink made like that and it was lovely! My custom drink was amazing and the cheese board was delicious! I loved my food (Dungeness Crab Risotto) but then I tried my husband’s pork chop and wished I’d ordered that! I highly recommend it, even if you’re not going dancing afterwards.
Nice ambience, good cocktails, great service and very ho-hum dishes. Two of us had the salmon with lentils and squash...very bland. Nothing savory or special about it. Someone had the salmon on a bed of greenswhich was also pretty flavorless. The hush puppy appetizer was delicious though. Perhaps you'll do alright here if you stick to fried, pub type dishes, I dont know.
Although the service was excellent, prices reasonable and the food very tasty, I have to comment regarding the menu's "crispy skin chicken thighs"...emphasis on "crispy" and "thighs". The skin was anything BUT crispy, and only one thigh found its way onto my plate.
I attended tin table as part of a bachelorette party. We originally looked at the venue for dancing, and in our search discovered the tin table. It was a perfect dine and dance experience. Our waitress was simply outstanding and made our bride to be feel so special. The bartender and chef went out of their way to accommodate our special requests and went above and beyond. The food was good, but typical. What made the night was the atmosphere, the service, and the venue. Tin table helped make our party an amazing night and one I will absolutely visit again.
The boyfriend and I came here on a friend's suggestions for our one year anniversary and it was a lovely, intimate space for such an occasion.
Great, local, small plate dining with friendly hosts and a large array of quality champagne for your celebratory needs.
Definitely recommended for special occasions.
I've always wanted to try this place and I'm so glad we did. I took some friends from out of town to Tin Table for dinner. I will say, it was VERY hot inside, but it was an abnormally hot day in Seattle. The food was amazing. We all got something different and finished our plates. We also tried multiple cocktails to get a feel for what was available. I will definitely be going back soon (although, on a cooler day)!
the location is good and the ambiance is great. the food was average however. I would go back for drinks but probably would not go back for the food. the French fries were odd as well since they were very very thin strips of potato, not what I was hoping for. small portions for the salad and bruschetta.
Everything was simply perfect!! My daughter took me out to dinner for my birthday and asked what restaurant I wanted to go to and I chose the Tin Table. Having been there before, I wanted my daughter to see what a gem this place truly is. Our server was nicest of any server I ever had. And when I was looking for a particular cocktail that I thought I had had there but hadn't, the server said to give the ingredients of the drink and she would talk to their mixologist and see what he would come up with. The drink that I was handed was far superior to the drink I had had prior! The server even brought out my desert with a birthday candle!!
The food was outstanding and the atmosphere was unbelievably chill. This is by far my favorite place to eat in all of Seattle!!!
Thank you for a wonderful birthday
Tin Roof is a good place to know about. The food is hearty, the atmosphere is charming, and the service is lovely. Come here for a dinner that's a cut above casual and take advantage of the cocktails. The selection is huge, and the bartender also will mix you something to order. I had the sangria, which was sweetened to my taste ("hold the sugar"). While there are a few vegetarian choices on the menu, this is a restaurant for meat and fish eaters.
Early dinner before SIFF film at the Egyptian, and we ordered almost everything! Grilled asparagus, tempura cauliflower, green goddess salad, fig and goat cheese bruchetta, strawberry shortcake, choco decadence. All yummy. The show stopper was the soup of the day -
green chili stew. Chef Frank Wielgosiek transported this displaced Albuquerquean home. Thank you!
We had tickets to a music event and decided to turn it into "date night" with dinner out at a restaurant close to the venue. We hadn't been to Tin Table in a few years; it was an excellent choice, the most grown-up spot in the neighborhood. Cocktails, delicious dinner, and a glass of wine for a reasonable price in a cool old building. Bonus: it was a beautiful evening and the windows were open to the breeze.
Dining at the Tin Table was delightful based on the fact that the food was good and the service even better. Pleasant historical atmosphere, but very poor acoustics. It was quite noisy and the music was a bit loud. However, making the reservation was a hassle. Upon calling all one gets is a voice mail saying your call will be returned by the next day. Making a reservation online was frustrating. I filled out the online form for 8pm and submitted it only to be notified the reservation did not take. I filled out the form the second time for 7:45pm (because 8pm was then not available) and submitted . That one did not take either, the reason being the email address I used had already been used to make another reservation-----the first one that was declined. Then, when I had reached my limit of frustration, an email came in saying the first reservation was confirmed.
My husband and I were celebrating our 43rd Birthday together before Nerd Prom. We wanted some place close to the Ballroom and it was. Love the atmosphere and food was spot on. Our waiter was wonderful taking care of our every need. Thank you Tin Table for making our dining experience romantic, eclectic and enjoyable. Would recommend to anyone in the area looking for fresh, fun and delish.
A bit on the pricey end but it's a small and comfy experience that you don't have to worry about getting too dressed up for. The menu is small but they do each plate right. The smoked pork chop was probably the best chop I have had ever.
We were here for Restaurant week. The ambiance was good but it took a little hunting to find the place since it was upstairs from the street entrance. The overall food was good, service was excellent, but honestly, after having a 3 course meal, we were still a little hungry :(
Great little restaurant with some of the best staff in town. Bartender was great and our waitress was absolutely fabulous! We enjoyed the tasting menu and ordered in addition the appetizer plate. All of our dishes were very flavorful. The chocolate dessert was amazing!
Pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. Everything was delicious and artfully prepared. Our craft cocktails were also excellent. We booked here to go dancing in the adjacent ballroom afterwards, but wouldn't hesitate to come back just for dinner. Really fun place that overachieves for its price point.
What a treat. A warm place to drink and dine in Odfellows Hall tucked away on the second floor between two ballrooms. Very relaxed atmposphere with high energy hostess /waitress. She was verused in the wines and food prperation. It was all surprizingly good and to get a reservation in busy Capitol Hill on Thursday night was a bonus.
Our server Lindsey was awesome! We were able to taste wines that they were looking to pair with food for an upcoming event. Her recommendations were spectacular! Food was wonderful and ambiance was the perfect setting. Will definitely be going back!!!
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