FAQ

How do I make a reservation at Table at the Lake?

Reservations for Table at the Lake are available on Tock (click here). Walk-ins are also welcome. Our bar seating is always first come, first served.

Do you accept walk-ins?

Yes, we do accept walk-ins. While we are a reservation-driven restaurant, we understand that plans can change and that some guests may prefer to walk-in. Seating at our bar is always first come, first served, and we will do our best to accommodate your party as quickly as possible. Please note that during peak hours, there will be a wait time for walk-in guests and we may not be able to accommodate your party at a table.

What is parking like at Table at the Lake?

We have a parking lot immediately adjacent to the restaurant, including handicap-accessible spots. Additional parking is available throughout Cowles Clinic in lots immediately across from the restaurant.

What if I have a dietary restriction, food allergy, or aversion?

We are happy to accommodate guests with dietary restrictions or food allergies. Please inform your server of any restrictions, and we will do our best to guide you to dishes that can be customized to fit your needs. However, the prevalence of ingredients like soy, chili peppers, and all varieties of alliums (e.g., onions, garlic, scallions, shallots, leeks, etc.) and mushrooms means that unfortunately, some potential guests cannot be accommodated. We will accommodate seafood and shellfish allergies with our vegetarian options. Accommodations can also be made for lactose intolerance and tree-nut and peanut allergies, however, some ingredient-specific allergies may mean that a dish will be missed if we do not have a prepared substitute. At this time we are not able to accommodate those with mushroom or onion-garlic allergies/aversions.

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

What is your corkage fee?

If you would like to open a bottle from your cellar over a meal with us we charge $30 per bottle with a maximum of two (2) bottles that are not represented on our list.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

How do I book a special event, such as wine dinners?

Tickets for special events, such as wine dinners, can be purchased on Tock (click here). These events are pre-purchased and non-refundable. Just as with attending a sporting event, concert, or the theater, all sales are final. If you are unable to attend, you are able to transfer your reservation to someone else. If you have any problems transferring your reservation, please give us a call and we will assist you with the transfer.

Are you hiring?

Yes, we are always looking for talented individuals to join our team at Table at the Lake. If you are interested in joining our kitchen or Front of House team, please fill out the "Job Application" form and someone from our team will follow-up with you. We are proud to offer competitive wages and a supportive work environment that values teamwork, integrity, and excellence. Thank you for your interest in working with us.

What is the dress code for Table at the Lake?

Table at the Lake is a casual fine dining environment. While guests should dress as they feel most comfortable, we consider athletic wear, boat/pool wear, tank tops, flip flops, and team athletic attire too casual for the elevated experience we have created. We ask that gentlemen remove their hats when in the dining room.

Children should also adhere to the restaurant's dress code.

WHAT HAPPENS IF WE LINGER AT OUR TABLE AFTER WE FINISH OUR MEAL?

We kindly ask that you limit your dining experience to a maximum of two hours, to allow us to accommodate all of our valued guests particularly during peak dining hours. You're warmly invited to linger over your beverage or dessert in our beautifully-appointed outdoor courtyard. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Are dogs allowed in the outdoor courtyard or in the restaurant?

We love our furry friends, but to ensure the comfort and safety of all guests, only service animals are allowed in the outdoor courtyard and inside the restaurant. Thank you for your understanding.