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Table No. 1 by Jason Atherton offers several styles of group dining to fit various occasions. The long, raw wood tables that center the main dining room are great for large informal meals, whether a sun-flooded brunch or a softly-lit dinner. Even if you are dining solo you can sit at one of these communal tables and perhaps strike up a conversation with other diners. If you’re after a more formal or intimate meal, however, you can reserve one of the two private rooms where you’ll have the whole space to yourself. The menu is also well-suited to group dining as many dishes are designed as sharing portions and can be placed in the middle of the table for everyone to try.