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Tables to Book

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Discover five different tabletops to keep in mind for your next reservation!

Whether you’re looking for a killer water view, a private dining experience or a themed booth, here are a handful of tables we recommend booking.

The Elysium Private Dining Room at Dokyo Dauntaun | 424 N Chaparral St.

This dining room offers ultimate privacy for a special gathering or meeting. Seating anywhere from eight to 14 guests, The Elysium features black tinted sliding doors, your own private music selection, neon lighting and three exclusive murals of Neo-Japanese art created by world-renowned artist Dan Kitchener. Reservations are required.

The Bar at Latitude 28°02′ | 105 N Austin St.

While Latitude’s main dining room makes for a wonderful meal, sometimes si ing at the bar and cha ing it up with lead bartender Mary Peppers is just what you need. The bar side of the restaurant provides a warm, cozy atmosphere and Peppers will whip you up one mean martini to pair with your dish.

The Wine Room at Republic of Texas | 900 N Shoreline Blvd.

Fit for any special occasion, The Wine Room provides an intimate dining experience surrounded by a world’s worth of wines. With a reservation, you can book this private table and enjoy a seven-course meal with four perfectly paired wines.

The Elvis Booth at Wallbangers | 4102 S Staples St. Ste D

Who doesn’t love a good themed booth? The next time you find yourself with a burger and fry craving, head over to Wallbangers and opt for the Elvis Booth — complete with show posters, old photographs, framed records and other nostalgic memorabilia.

The Patio at Fins Grill and Icehouse | 420 W Cotter Ave.

As one of the best waterfront dining options in the Coastal Bend, when eating at Fins, si ing outside on the large shaded patio is a must. With a perfect view of the Port Aransas Harbor, opt for a front row seat to scenic bliss.