True to its name, this gem has only 10 tables (you’ll need to reserve one of them). The emphasis here is on simplicity – appropriate for a restaurant that specializes in traditional cooking techniques. The menu is short, but changes frequently to highlight local, organic produce, handmade pasta, fresh seafood and housemade sausages.
Ten Tables offers a few fantastic opportunities to save money while savoring your meal. Stop by for Sunday Supper (a three-course prix fixe for $39), Pasta Thursday (plate of pasta and glass of wine for $15) and a monthly wine dinner ($59 for four courses and four wines).