Hallie Kuperman’s restaurant and bar, the Tin Table sits across from Century Ballroom, a social dance hall born from Kuperman’s desire to teach the gay community to swing dance. At the Tin Table, Northwestern cuisine is served amidst modern décor and a welcoming atmosphere.

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  1. Thanks to a gift card from The Intentionalist, we discovered this gem. Worthy of 5-star rating!

    Excellent atmosphere and service… I really hope to revisit post-pandemic for the full effect. We dined at a corner table and enjoyed being able to watch drinks and food delivered, as well as people watch between our conversation. The staff was helpful and friendly, answering all of our questions and making great recommendations.

    Our drinks and dinner was delicious. We stayed with a cosmo for me and a Manhattan for him, the tapas plate and hummus. It was probably more did than we needed for the two of us, yet it was delicious. For dinner, he had the fettuccine and I had the ricotta gnocchi. We both enjoyed what we ordered, paired with some house wine. The lemon cheese with blueberry compote was the perfect ending to our meal.

  2. I’ve been going here for years and it’s always a wonderful evening out! This is the place I recommend when LGBTQIA friends are looking for a new cocktail bar to try. It’s tucked away on the second story of the Oddfellows building complex, and is right next to a (queer friendly) dance hall – which makes for good daydreaming about getting into swing dancing 💃- while sipping your cocktail and eating delicious food 😋

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