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There are two private rooms at Table No. 1 by Jason Atherton. On the interior side of the restaurant is the smaller room, which can seat six to seven people around a long rectangular table. The other room is slightly larger, with a window that looks out onto the street, and can seat eight to nine people.
Both rooms are intimate in size with interiors that mimic the industrial raw look of the main dining room. No matter which room you book, chef Scott Melvin will personally present the first course, a perk which can make any group feel like VIP guests. This is also your chance to ask him about his menu philosophy and the latest seasonal, local ingredients he’s been using. Table No. 1 recently canceled the minimum spend requirement in the private rooms, so now you don’t have to worry about ordering expensive dishes or drinks in order to meet the minimum.