Tin Table is up the stairs in the Oddfellows Building (walk past Molly Moon’s, resist the smell of waffle cones, and head under the red awning) right across the hall from Century Ballroom, so it’s a perfect place to grab an old fashioned or a spritzer after taking a samba class with a new date (bold move, by the way). It has great bar snacks like wings and fries (but if your bar snack of choice is risotto you can have that too), and exposed brick, which always makes a bar cooler. It’s been proven somehow.
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