The Tin Table - Seattle
Situated in the historic Oddfellows Building, The Tin Table fits in perfectly. The building was established in 1908, and was renovated 100 years later in 2008 with the upscale eatery as one of its highlights. The Tin Table is directly across the hall from the Century Ballroom, offering revelers a sophisticated place to wind down after events.
The atmosphere plays up the building's best vintage elements, from a long, reclaimed bar to the tin ceilings. Tin Table is cozy and intimate, which, of course, appeals to those celebrating "date night."
To get an idea of what The Tin Table is like, it is recommended to go during happy hour, which ends daily at 6pm. It's an opportunity to soak up the scene while sampling bar bites from the menu. Highlights include spicy tempura cauliflower, truffled frites and crispy chicken wings.
The entire dinner menu may also be ordered at the bar, for those who don't have reservations. Start with prosciutto, fig & goat cheese bruschetta, and follow up with entrees such as pan-seared Sockeye salmon, steak frites or grilled lamb kebabs. The chef uses local, organic and sustainable ingredients on the menu as much as possible.
There are two featured burgers on The Tin Table's menu: the signature Floozy burger, which consists of Painted Hills ground beef, caramelized onions, Bavarian bacon and cheddar on a Columbia City Bakery brioche roll, as well as a veggie burger of topped with Mama Lil’s mostarda, shaved sweet onion and
wild organic baby arugula.