ABOUT TABLE THREE TEN
Table Three Ten is a casual fine-dining, farm-to-table restaurant located in Downtown Lexington, KY. We focus on showcasing fresh, local, seasonal ingredients, and partner with many local farmers and artisans to serve some of Kentucky’s best meats and produce. We strive to create a stronger community by connecting our guests with those that grow and raise the food we serve.
Having been hailed by Southern Living Magazine as one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the South, it is a staple of the Lexington dining scene. It is also one of its most iconic spaces. Located in a 150+ year old building, the all glass-front space has a warm-chic-industrial feel. Along with its outstanding food, Table Three Ten also has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best craft cocktail bars in Lexington.
We are open for Dinner 7 days a week, and we offer Happy Hour Monday through Friday, Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as Catering. We also host special events such as our Farm Dinners Series, Bourbon Dinners, and Wine & Craft Beer Tastings.
Whether you are looking for happy hour, dinner, brunch, or catering, Table Three Ten is the perfect location for any occasion.
MEET THE NEW OWNERS
Florence and Daniel Marlowe purchased Table Three Ten in April 2016. Daniel is a native of Lexington and has always had a passion for food. He has been working in restaurants of all types since he was 16 years old in Lexington, New York, and Denver. He has also helped open 8 restaurants during his career.
Florence grew up in Paris, France. Although she moved to the US in 1997, her French roots have greatly influenced her love of food and the idea of supporting local farmers and artisans. Being raised by her grandmother, the idea of eating local was not a trend.
Since taking over the restaurant, the Marlowes have made local, fresh, seasonal ingredients the cornerstone of Table Three Ten. “We believe that by creating a connection point for our guests to their food source and those who work so hard to bring it to our tables, we strengthen our community.”