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Another Capitol Hill restaurant opening: Take a seat at the Tin Table

Looks like another new restaurant grand opening on Capitol Hill this weekend — The Tin Table makes its big entrance this Saturday, 2/28. The venture is backed by Century Ballroom owner Hallie Kuperman and located on the 2nd floor of the Oddfellows building not far from the dancefloor. Check out the TT’s menus or scroll through a few screen-grabbed highlights uploaded on this post. Last image is the dessert page, of course.

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  1. And even us non-veggies are getting a little tired of pulled pork, burgers, and steak frites. I mean, how many times am I really going to want those??

    Okay, lots of times . . . but not an infinite number–I’d love to have a vegetarian option in there!

  2. there’s a whole section dedicated to “veggies”:

    1) the Tin Table Salad
    House Greens tossed in a Lemon Vinaigrette
    2) Arugulala Salad
    With Roasted Golden Beets & Reggiano in a Sherry Vinaigrette
    3) Roasted Yukon Potatoes
    With a Spicy Spanish Tomato Sauce
    4) Green Beans
    With Tamarind Chutney & Garlic
    5) Local Farro Pilaf
    With Cauliflower & Pistachios
    6) Roasted Baby Carrots
    With Crumbled Goat Cheese
    7) Grilled Stuffed Eggplant Rolls
    Filled with Lemon-Thyme Ricotta on Tomato Basil Sauce
    8) Orecchiette Pasta with Arugula
    Ear-Shaped Pasta in a Brown Butter Sauce

    at least 3 of those items can be considered entrees. and the prices for most of them are around $7, so a person could get 2 or 3 to make a meal out of. so i don’t quite see what you have to whine about.