The Tin Table

TTTLogo1If you’re looking for a classy environment, likable staff, tasty food and hand-crafted cocktails, it really doesn’t get much better than The Tin
Table. A complete cooked-from-scratch restaurant, The Tin Table, a tucked away romantic spot housed on the second floor of the 1908 historic Odd Fellows Hall in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle, Washington, showcases regional cuisine with an attention to locally sourced and sustainable farm fresh ingredients.
“Choosing to go out to dinner should feel like a celebration, and that’s what we do best” states Hallie Kuperman, Owner of The Tin Table & Century Ballroom.
Executive Chef Frank Wielgosiek uses the most thoughtfully raised ingredients. With a true commitment to the local farmer, he plans dishes around sustainably
produced, locally sourced ingredients like his award-winning meatloaf made with Painted Hills Natural Beef and Carlton Farms Pork.
Conveniently located across the hall is the Century Ballroom, where people of all skill levels enjoy many forms of dance. The ambiance is elegant yet comfortable and unhurried, “conducive for socializing for hours should you desire.” A great place for a date night or special occasion. Reservations recommended. Visit them online at
915 E Pine St., 2nd Fl, Seattle, WA 98122 | 206-320-8458
– written by Christine Smith