Table No. 10 Opens Today in San Diego's East Village

July 8, 2014

Just steps away from Petco Park, Table No. 10 is set to open today in the former location of The Corner. Located at the corner of 10th Avenue and J Street, this venture is the first foray into restaurant ownership for Executive Chef Jason Gethin (formerly from Union Kitchen + Tap Encinitas) who is eager to bring modern American fare and craft cocktails to the East Village. Partnered with Cooper McLaughlin who previously owned The Corner, the duo gutted the inside of the building together.

Gethin’s gourmet modern American fare rules the menu, hoping to differentiate Table No. 10 from nearby sports bars by offering a variety of small plates and entrees. Menu items include homemade specialties such as deviled eggs, and unique ravioli stuffed with goat cheese and pine nuts served with pine needle brown butter under a dollop of parmesan foam. Larger plates like Kobe beef brisket and Colorado lamb bolo served with tagliatelle pasta and house ricotta are sized to share. Finish up your culinary journey with Table No. 10’s homemade doughnuts or deconstructed peach cobbler served with crème fraîche ice cream.

Dinner won’t be complete without one of Table No. 10’s original cocktails. House-made tonics and sodas with top-tier spirits combine for flavors that are as unique as they are tasty. Each menu item is carefully paired with a mixed cocktail, wine or beer offering in mind. Spiked with diverse offerings, cocktails are infused with creativity and eclectic ingredients such as jalapeños and duck fat. Also, no mass-market soda or tonic here, with one exception: Mexican Coca-Cola.

What’s in a name? Table No. 10 refers to the chef’s table, located adjacent to the kitchen. It’s ideal for observing Gethin’s curious approach to intriguing cuisine. And you guessed it. It’s a table for ten.

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