A new era in fine dining, music and cocktails has emerged on the Addison restaurant scene.
Located at Belt Line and Inwood Road, Table 13 offers vintage-inspired food, beverage in service in a distinctive, upscale atmosphere reminiscent of early 1960′s Vegas.
The unique concept is the vision of restaurateur Mike McRae and business partner Gabe Nicolella. Together they have more than 70 years experience in the restaurant and nightclub industry, operating upscale establishments like Daddy’s Money, e’lan, Nostomo, Rio Room and Studebakers.
Table 13 promises impeccable service served up alongside chef-prepared steaks, seafood and specialty dishes for lunchtime, dinner and late night crowds. Vintage drink offerings like the Zombie, Scorpion, Manhattan and French 75 add to the ambiance – as do the Velvet Hammer and Brandy Alexander liqueur parfaits. $3 Martinis in the afternoon satisfy patrons with a thirst for a classic, liquid lunch.
Table 13 offers live music Monday through Saturday evenings, with regular performances by Marc Toussaint, Hunter Sullivan, Ricki Derek, Rodney Booth, and Teddy Davey. There are solo performances by Goga Denisov, Scott Bucklin, Melani Skybell and Steve Stroud. A Baby Grand piano sets the stage for an elegant yet casually comfortable dining experience – perfect for corporate meetings, group gatherings or intimate conversations. A private dining/meeting room is available.
Table 13 recommends patrons dress for the occasion. Requested attire for the dining room is Jacket Preferred, sexy and sophisticated – ranging from dressy daywear to classy evening wear for women; jackets or blazers and collared shirts for men, with or without ties.
The lunching professional will feel at home in the bar, where the setting is one of casual elegance. Khakis, collars and button-downs to suits, separates and dresses are encouraged. Ages 21 and up only at the bar, please.
Table 13 respectfully requests that all patrons refrain from wearing athletic shoes, T-shirts, flip-flops, ball caps or shorts.