If our grandma was super edgy and had a pub in Midtown, it’d be a lot like Table at Ten. And, one thing is certain: we feel right at home here.Whoa there, city slicker. We know it’s easy to get caught up in the fast-paced city life of take out and fast food – but sometimes all we need is a warm, welcoming place that reminds us of what it’s like to enjoy a good ol’ fashioned home cooked meal (with a little Midtown edge, of course.) When it comes to the business of bringing friends together over a plate of downright delicious food, Kevin and Krystee Spencer take southern comfort to the next level. But Fried Chicken and Friendship isn’t just a dinner option at Table at Ten, it’s a lifestyle. Whether you’re coming from church, on the way home from the gym or wearing a ripped band t-shirt and sneakers, the folks at Table at Ten happily say “come as you are.”
Inspired by the friendship gatherings and large dinner parties the couple used to host in their home, Table at Ten captures the home-style approach and brings it to life – in a big way. Warm personalities ignite every corner. From the bustling kitchen where the chefs have equal passions for pickling and food puns to the dog-friendly patio perfectly HGTV decorated with ambient string lights - the whole place is like a big family reunion at Grandma’s house every time you walk in (your super charming and extra rad Grandma, that is.) Their food holds a stiff competition with Grammy’s home cookin’ as well. Made in-house from scratch, everything is at its freshest. They grind all of their own meat, create all of their own sauces and in typical southern fashion, will pickle just about anything you can think of. While the food is classic, they like to keep it clean and health conscious. Even their fried chicken uses an old, no heart attack recipe with buttermilk. No lard or artificial preservatives here. And if you love southern food just as much as we do, you’ll most definitely be askin’ for seconds! At Table at Ten, it’s not just about giving people a place to come to chow down on some southern favorites, it’s about creating a sense of family and fostering a welcoming environment. Come here and its home.
Chicken and Waffle Sliders, $11 (2), $13 (3)
Fried Chicken and Friendship, $22 per person
Closed Mondays Tuesday – Friday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.