Table 13 accepting reservations for DFW Restaurant Week

Reservations are open for the 19th Annual DFW Restaurant Week – and Table 13, one of Addison’s most unique fine dining and entertainment venues, is among the participants.

Located at Belt Line and Inwood Road, Table 13 offers vintage-inspired food, beverage, and service in a distinctive, upscale atmosphere reminiscent of the early 1960s. Voted “Favorite Place To Be Seen,” “Favorite Happy Hour,” “Best Place to See Live Music,” “Best Martini,” and “Favorite Place for a First Date” in Addison Magazine’s 2016 Readers Choice Awards, Table 13 is home to some of Dallas’ most notable, showroom-style 8oz filetperformers, including Hunter Sullivan, Goga Denisov, Henry Munoz, and Marc Toussaint.

During Restaurant Week, Aug. 15-21and extending all the way through Sept. 4 – Table 13 will offer a special three course prix fixe dinner menu for $45, as well as the popular Cadillac Lunch Experience, featuring two-course lunch options for $20 (tax and gratuity separate). Table 13 is also one of a few select restaurants participating in “Preview Weekend” Aug. 12-14. Twenty percent of every meal will go to support the North Texas Food Bank in the Dallas area and Lena Pope in Tarrant County, helping local children and families in need. That’s $5 for every Table 13 Restaurant Week lunch, and $7 Beef Wellington Burgerfor every Table 13 Restaurant Week dinner!

“This is our third year to participate in DFW Restaurant Week, and we’re excited to see so much interest from our regular patrons as well as folks who want to experience Table 13 for the first time,” said Mike McRae, who co-owns Table 13 along with longtime business partner Gabe Nicolella. “Due to popular demand, we’re even opening on Sundays when the restaurant is usually closed, to accommodate our Restaurant Week diners. It’s a terrific way to enjoy an exceptional dining experience while giving back to our community.”

Dinner guests may start with a Table 13 House Salad, Caesar Salad, Tomato Soup, or kahlua cakeLobster Bisque. Second course selections include an 8-oz. Filet with Maitre D’ Butter, Mashed Potatoes and Asparagus; Herb and Potato Flake Crusted Sea Bass with Leek Fondue; a 28-oz. Double Bone Hand Cut Pork Chop, cured in-house and served with Braised Red Cabbage and House Made Applesauce; or Lemon Caper Chicken, pan-seared with sautéed Heirloom Tomatoes and Artichokes, Mashed Potatoes and Lemon Caper Butter. For dessert, enjoy a delicious duo of Kahlua Cake and Mocha Mousse.

Lunch guests will begin with a Petite Table 13 House Salad, Petite Caesar Salad, or Tomato Soup.  Second course options include the Wellington Burger with Cut Fries; Shrimp Scampi; Lemon Caper Chicken; Salmon Meuniere; or a 14-oz. Bone-in Pork IMG_2031 Mike McRae and Jody Dean and the Morning Crew SMChop.

As if that’s not enough to tempt your taste buds, Table 13 is also offering a FREE additional dinner course if you spend $25 at a local Central Market and request a “Central Market Fourth Course Certificate. “ Fourth course options include Beef Tenderloin Crostini with Horseradish Cream sauce, or Chili-Dusted Bacon Wrapped Dates stuffed with Bleu Cheese.

View the entire Table 13 DFW Restaurant Week menu at:

Make your reservations today at or call 972-789-9558. Be sure to mention that your reservation is for DFW Restaurant Week.

DFW Restaurant Week, presented by Your MetroplexCadillac Dealers, is a CBS RADIO DFW event. It is also proudly sponsored by Texas Beef Council, Central Market, Oak Farms Dairy, OpenTable, Sysco, FreshPoint, American Institute of Wine & Food, D Magazine, and The Star-Telegram.

For more information on DFW Restaurant Week 2016, visit or the new website, Follow DFW Restaurant Week on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. #DFWRW #DFWRW365

Girls on Food visits Table 13

Dawn Fisher, part of Girls on Food, recently dined at Table 13 and shared her experience. Thanks Girls on Food for the kind words!


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Enter the doors of Table 13 and you enter another era. In the style of early 1960s Vegas, it is elegant. It is classy. It is upscale. Totally Rat Pack and Sinatra. We were greeted by a Marlon Brando, Cary Grant, Doris Day, Marilyn Monroe and many, many more celebrities…well, their framed black and white photos anyway.

The decor is spot on. Sleek tufted black leather booths with silver buttons. Tables dressed in white starched tablecloths. Clean white and black decor punctuated with industrial brick and pops of color here and there. Oh, and the pin-ups! Tastefully framed pinups with seductive quotes like the one over the bar, “I really do appreciate the new negligee, darling, but I know that later you’ll just try to talk me out of it.” Nice touch!

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No detail is left to chance. Check out the black and white painting of old blue-eyes himself with the blue accents. I swear he watched me all night.

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First up was cocktails….a margarita and a cosmopolitan. Both tasty with little mermaid hanging off the sides of the glasses. Again with the special touches.

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For appetizers, we chose the calamari. The calamari was just as good. At first glance, I thought they had forgotten the dipping sauce. These babies did not need sauce. The calamari was not alone. The chef added artichokes, cherry peppers, tomato and fried pickles. All of this in a herb butter. Scrumptious.

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For a salad, we picked the classic wedge salad. It did not disappoint. The iceberg lettuce was crisp and topped with a Roquefort dressing. The dressing had a hint of smokiness. The salad was topped with pancetta, egg, blue cheese, tomato and pickled red onions. Prepare for an extreme close up!

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On to the main event. How about a little surf and turf? Of course. It was enough for an army. Perfectly cooked, rare steak served on fluffy, garlic mashed potatoes and a buttery, tender lobster tail. Decadent.

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The sea bass was coated with seasoned potato flakes and served on leek fondue. The creamy fondue was a buttery compliment to the sea bass. The sea bass was flaky and moist.

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The Salmon Meunier was impeccable. The rustic sauce of brown butter and lemon was added a nice acidity to the richness of the fish. It was served over green beans amandine. The beans were crisp and fresh.

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Table 13 has live music every night. We were serenaded with swingin’ tunes like “The Girl From Ipanema”, “Luck Be a Lady” and “The Best is Yet to Come”. The service was attentive but not pushy. No rush to turn a table here.

I’ve got “high hopes” Table 13 is here to stay!”

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Father Knows Best…Father’s Day Special Menu

[rev_slider Father]Treat your dad to a great Father’s day dinner at Table 13 located in Addison. For 39.00 He will get his choice of a Filet Mignon (6oz), Sea Bass or Grilled Salmon Meuniere along with his choice of a side dish and a salad. To conclude the event we will serve up one of two desserts, his choice  of  Lemon Cake or Strawberries Romanoff.