About Table Three
Located in the heart of Wildwood in the stylish new town center, Table Three offers fresh American Contemporary Cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Beautifully designed, the interior is a warm, eclectic mix of contemporary French infused with rustic charm. Order a bottle of wine, get comfortable and relax on the patio in our casual lounge style seating or order a drink at the bar and catch up on the latest entertainment on the flat screen TV’s. A private VIP room is available for lunch meetings or dinner for up to (10) ten. Our event room and adjacent patio are an idyllic setting for weddings and receptions, group dinners and themed parties. The outdoor patio is perfect for wedding ceremonies, cocktail receptions, entertainment and music. As part of daily culture, a table is a place to gather for eating, celebrating and talking. Table Three is an everyday casual gathering place for family, friends and colleagues to talk shop, entertainment or life.
Hours of Operation:
REGULAR HOURS OF OPERATION:
Lunch 11am-3pm Tuesday thru Saturday
Dinner 5:00pm - 10:00pm Monday thru Saturday
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 6:00 pm
Easter Brunch Buffet - Sunday March 27th
Mothers Day Brunch - Sunday May 8th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music seasonally on the patio on Friday and Saturday nights from 8:00- 11:00pm (weather permitting on patio or relocated inside).
Perfect venue for rehearsals, weddings and ceremonies. Corporate dinner events, birthdays and anniversaries. Accommodates groups up to 75. Entire restaurant available for rental for groups up to 175.
Additional Parking in Public Garage or upper lot surface parking behind hotel
Private Party Facilities:
Fresh American Contemporary Cuisine served in a relaxed atmosphere.
Private Party Contact:
Beth Williams: 6364584333x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Martini Monday: $5 Select Martini's All Day and Night!
Wine Wednesday: 20% off all bottles of Wine!
Happy Hour every Monday through Friday from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm:
Table Three Ratings and Reviews
We dined on Monday July 18th. Our server ...
We dined on Monday July 18th. Our server made it clear he did not want to be there. We ordered some bread and salads which took almost 30 min to come out. Our server argued about what type of wine Albarino was. We ordered a glass and he brought us out a red wine. Then tried to convince us that: 1. Albarino was red, which is incorrect, 2. That is was the only red wine on a page full of only whites, 3. After arguing with us, 8 min later he then brought back a white and told us the current bartender was a "fill in " and didn't apologize once. We were about to walk out after the 30 min wait for bread and salad but as soon as we started to stand out server walked around the corner and we felt bad. So we ate the flavorless salads, and paid quickly to make our just made dinner reservations somewhere else. Will never return and will not recommend to anyone.
We actually were staying at the Wildwood ...
We actually were staying at the Wildwood Hotel, and didn't want to travel far so we thought we wld give it the chance. It seemed like a pretty happening place, felt a little under dressed at first but once inside it is more laid back. I can NOT begin to describe, my husband said the drink he had was great & was all agreed the Food was EXCELLENT!!!! Wait staff seemed a lil confused? Our waitress wasn't very attentive & after we got our food we never really saw her again after our food came out, until she brought our bill. It would have been nice to got refills on drinks for our meal. I had the Udon Noodles w Salmon, it was absolutely FABULOUS!!!! My husband and daughter also enjoyed their meals. Other than our waitress the only issue was the band set up outside for patio diners and everyone seemed like they were having a great time. But it was super loud for where we were sitting inside, and I felt like I cld feel the drummers beating in my chest. The door to the patio kept opening and shutting for wait staff and those using the restroom. So where the door was fanning it was warm & very busy. I think if we wld have been seated in the other dining room we wld prob have never noticed the commotion. Overall this place is amazing & wld love to return. Glad we were able to stumble upon it......
I had Spanish Seafood Paella and my comp ...
I had Spanish Seafood Paella and my companion had Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce. Both entrees were delicious. I ordered some bread which had stabilized olive oil and duck-fat butter on the side . The duck-fat butter was much better than the olive oil. My friend ordered a Caesar Salad with kale. She loved it.
It was my friend's birthday. They brought her a Baked Alaska Chocolate Browie with a candle on top. It was cute. She was tickled and did not share any with me! Who does that? Ha-ha.
Overall we were both very pleased. The service times were rather slow. We did not really mind though since we had not seen each other in a while.
I will go back to Table Three for sure!
Food was wonderful. Service was great. ...
Food was wonderful. Service was great. Ambiance was nice. Only issues were that the menu was a bit small and they charged for bread (albeit, it was wonderful bread with two spreads to choose from so perhaps it's better to pay for great bread and spreads than get something half as nice for "free.") Also, it was rainy when we visited last so their awesome patio was not an option. Overall, it's a great restaurant and one of the few higher end restaurants in West County that is not a chain.
Good service but very limited menu. Pric ...
Good service but very limited menu. Pricey for proportion size. Although entree meats were good at best the sides were not. Outside patio was very nice with a live band. Overall nice place but pricey average tasting food.
Sensational, personal service!
We were greeted with the most adorable smile from our hostess as soon as we entered. We made online reservations noting food allergies and our server was phenomenal! She helped to create a meal off the menu to assure us we could dine peacefully without fear. Her wine knowledge was comforting and she was absolutely engaging. We will definitely return and have already shared our most wonderful experience with others.
A little too heavy on gimmicks
Pleasant neighborhood eatery, with a somewhat limited menu. Focus on local ingredients, but a bit heavy on fatty food fads (porkbelly seemed to be in everything). Tasty, but very pricey for what amounted to somewhat fancied up pub food. Service was attentive and friendly, nice environment for a small group get together. The patio was crowded but inviting - we ate inside given that it was over 90, but it would have been pleasant outside as well.
Shrimp and polenta appetizer was delicio ...
Shrimp and polenta appetizer was delicious And creamy polenta allied a bit with each bite
Our waitress did not try to redirect our order after we had multiple sharing dishes though they were good it was too much of a good thing in retrospect.
Our table was assigned practically on top of a table of noisy family with roaming children. It was less than the outdoor relaxing dinner we could have had.
Good not great...pricey...worth a trip...
Good not great...pricey...worth a trip...but you can easily find a better menu, better drink selection, better desserts, and much better pricing elsewhere.
The salmon special was cooked well...salad was good too. The fried green beans were awesome as an appetizer. Disappointing that they charge $4.00 for bread then it's impossible to cut. The dessert menu was very limited but the chocolate tart and bittersweet frozen creamy stuff (not ice cream, not gelato) was very good.
The wait staff is average...waiter tried to be funny, but really wasn't. The rest of the group had unmatching sorta-matched outfits...most didn't fit right. It was weird really.
They say the outdoor bar and dining scene is where it's at...but it was a Saturday night and nobody was there...so who knows about THEY right?
Would I go back? Sure...but not if I had an alternative and certainly not if I was paying...maybe for lunch?
My wife and I had our 30th anniversary c ...
My wife and I had our 30th anniversary celebration there, just the two of us. Sat outside during beautiful weather. Waitress was attentive without hovering. Food is excellent. We shared a steak and each had a salad with warm bread. Wonderful evening.
Good food, spotty service
We have been to Table 3 four times. It is conveniently located, and the food is good, but the service leaves a lot to be desired. A lot. I guess when the manager chooses to clean the front windows rather than greeting customers who are standing around waiting for a hostess, you should set your expectations accordingly.
Great food, but no wine list to match
The menu was interesting and the plates we tried were quite good. For example, the pork belly with kimchi is a must.
The wine list is a huge disappointment. It does not do justice to the chef. We ordered the one selection not from California, a Spanish tempranillo, only to find that it and our next-best choice were out of stock. Everything else on the list is mundane, except the prices, which are indefensibly high even by restaurant standards. Fortunately, the corkage fee is reasonable. So, do yourself and the food a favor and bring your own wine from home. (The Dierberg's market across the street has an excellent selection of domestic and imported wines at reasonable prices, so that's an option, too . . .)
Lunch at Table Three
I stopped at Table Three for lunch. I was the only person there and service was slow. I had soup and a sandwich. The soup was butternut squash which I typically love. It was extremely average. I got one glass of wine. The total bill was over $30.00. I think they are overpriced.
A good time for all
Our server, Susan was low key and calm, but had one too many tables to serve at once, making her a step late, but she performed very well, and deserves our thanks. Salmon was delectable, salad great, bread perfect. Noise level made conversation hard to hear at times, but expected in a busy restaurant. Hostess coming by to thank us at the end was a nice touch. We all had a good dinner and time. All in all, a good experience.
Good but not for the price!
How do restaurants get away with charging prices like here at Table Three? If we're going to go back to restaurants where the bill is well over $100 for 2 people (not even apps or bottle of wine or dessert) we better leave with a glowing WOW...we left with a not that impressed. The restaurant is pretty & our server professional but the food only fairly good, not extraordinary by any means....the search continues for west side upscale dining at prices that don't break the bank!!
We have selected Table Three for our special occasion family holiday dinners. This year was no different. Our boys are home from college and we always look forward to a nice evening out for a fabulous dinner. Table Three was yet again the family choice. We enjoyed the most tender filets one could imagine. The Duck Fat potatoes are tremendous! The ambiance was perfect, with a table located in the side dining room with the beautifully-appointed Christmas trees. We will continue to frequent this special place for our family celebrations.
This was our second time here and the fo ...
This was our second time here and the food was as good as the first time. Our server was very friendly and attentive to our gluten free needs. Just dress warm in case you are seated in the outer room. Both times it was chilly.
Beautiful atmosphere, creative and fresh food.
Our server for the evening was attentive, knowledgeable, and very patient with our group. She made suggestions and answered all our questions pertaining to the menu. She also inquired if we wanted separate checks and was pleasant when we said yes.
Love Table Three, but it was not their night...
It was an off night. Not sure if they were understaffed or what, but the service was terrible. It took forever to get our order, and the staff seemed confused. The owner was pitching in, first at the bar, then helping to get food orders out. The food and drinks were otherwise good. It was just disappointing to get such poor service for the price, especially since I brought my girlfriends there for the first time. Love the place and didn't want them to get such a bad impression!
Okay if you have to eat in Wildwood
Based on the menu and prices, this place should have been stellar. Unfortunately it did not deliver as promised. The food was just okay, the character and ambience felt forced and cheap, and the prices were on par with the best restaurants in Clayton. I would only go here if you can't drive into mid-county for some reason.
I would recommend Table Three for the fo ...
I would recommend Table Three for the food. But we have yet to be there that it is not so cold you are uncomfortable during your dinner. We decided after many visits that the last one was the last one. I hate to take this off my list but it's just always too cold to be comfortable.
I wasn't sure what my expectations were ...
I wasn't sure what my expectations were but I guess I was expecting more. Visited for the first time on our anniversary. Seated us close to everyone else in one half of the restaurant. Other half was empty. Would have liked more space and to feel less crowded. Other diners were obviously business men and women letting loose after a long day. Started with one waiter then was quickly switched after some confusion. Was brought out wrong drink first. Followed waitresses suggestion of shrimp and grits since the chef was from the south. Those were a complete let down. Wife had filet and I had fish of the day for dinner. This was the bright spot of the night. Main dish was delicious. Got the cookie for dessert described to be warm in a pan. Major let down also. Cookie cut from sheet and put in pan and warmed. Much better when cookie actually cooked in pan. Ice cream was boring vanilla. For a supposedly nice restaurant they failed on service, ambience, and 2 out of 3 courses. Very expensive for what it is.
Consistently good food - Register needs fixing.
I brought visitors from out of town, as I visit here for special occasions. I also like to support this restaurant because it is in Wildwood. The atmosphere, food and service were great as always. But, once we got the bill, there was a surprise, in that we were charges $6.00 for each side dish, even though the side dishes were supposed to be included with the entrée. I was a bit embarrassed that I had to point this out in front of my guests, only to be told by the waitress, that I was correct and should not have been charged. She said that they are having a system glitch which is charging for "modifiers." If she knew that, she should have checked the bill before brining it to me. I wonder how many diners paid this extra amount without questioning it. BUT- The food and service were great! There were four of us dining!
I TRIED TO CHANGE MY RATING AND COULD NOT DO IT
I TRIED TO CHANGE MY RATING BUT COULD NOT DO IT.
THE SERVICE WAS EXCELLENT AND BEING A MONDAY NIGHT IT WAS NICE AND QUIET BECAUSE OF THE SMALL ATTENDANCE.
IT WAS AN ENJOYABLE EVENING AND A NICE PLACE TO CELEBRATE AN ANNIVERSARY
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