Great food, good friends, awesome service and music on the patio. What’s not to love about summer at Table Three?
Located in Wildwood Town Center, near the intersection of highways 100 and 109, Table Three is home to one of the best patios in the region and now has become a little happier with a late-night happy hour – T3 Uncorked – on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 p.m. to close.
“During T3 Uncorked, all of our specialty cocktails, wine by the glass and premium beers will be offered at reduced prices,” explained Table Three owner Beth Williams. “In addition, we’ll be offering a late-night menu so that our guests can enjoy a little late-night nosh.
“Of course, we always have live music in the summer on our California-inspired patio from 8-11 p.m. It’s a chance for us to create a little bit of a different vibe for summer.”
Adding to that new vibe is Chef Michael Padilla, who Williams said is “adding a little more jazz to our menu.”
“For summer, we’re adding some more regional overtones, a bit more spice and more tapas-style menu items,” Williams said. “We’re also bringing back our very well-known Smoked Brisket Burger, which is one of the most popular dishes that we serve. It’s a wonderful combination of layered brisket with house-made bacon jam, Cambozola cheese [a decadent combination of Camembert and Gorgonzola] and a fried egg on a glossy roll. It’s very, very good.”
Other new menu items include regional cuisines such as Spanish Paella featuring andouille sausage, chicken, shrimp, mussels, saffron rice, tomatoes, poblano peppers and lobster broth. It’s the very taste of summer.
“We’re also doing a French bouillabaisse [a traditional Provençal fish stew] and a house-made Scampi Pappardelle that has an Italian overtone to it,” Williams said.
It’s a little bit of al fresco Europe, but that’s not all. During happy hour only [Monday-Friday from 4-6 p.m.], Table Three guests can enjoy the restaurant’s legendary Fish Tacos – a delicious south-of-the-border favorite. Grilled fish, spicy slaw, cilantro lime crema and queso fresco – it’s no wonder these made-to-order treats are considered perfect summer fare by Table Three regulars.
“We’re going into our eighth patio season, so we’ve got it down pat. We’re excited to be the neighborhood place for great food and fun times all week long,” Williams said.
Of course, the neighborhood is not limited to Wildwood. Table Three’s reputation for exceptional service and scrumptious cuisine draws customers from all across the St. Louis/St. Charles region. And, for patrons who want Table Three’s commitment to quality in a more private setting, there’s Table Three Events, which builds on Williams’ 24 years of catering experience and features the same care and attention to detail that goes into running the award-winning restaurant.
“We are delighted to be able to entertain at large corporate and social events and in people’s homes,” said Williams, who also recently acquired her real estate license, adding another facet to her goal of helping people live well.
“Whether in the restaurant or in our catered events, we’re geared toward healthy living, so our food is very accessible for people with all types of dietary needs,” she said. “We take very seriously the training our staff receives so they can give our customers an enjoyable experience,” Williams said. “Service, food and ambiance are the big three and our defining difference.”
16765 Main Street • Wildwood • www.table-three.com • (636) 458-4333
Lunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday
Dinner 5-10 p.m., Monday-Saturday
T3 Uncorked 10 p.m.-close, Friday and Saturday
Happy Hour 4-6 p.m., Monday-Friday