Choose Between Two Options
- $65 for a three-course dinner for two, which includes one appetizer, two main or pasta entrees, and one dessert (up to $93 value)
- $125 for a three-course dinner for four, which includes two appetizers, four main or pasta entrees, and two desserts (up to $186 value)
The Wooden Table
Local foodie Brett Shaheen got his start as a sous chef at Sambuca, then took at spot as chef de cuisine at local eatery Luca d'Italia before becoming executive chef at Osteria Marco. His business partner, Jane Duncan Knauf, followed a similar career trajectory, starting out as a server, then quickly blossoming into a general manager of Sambuca and director of food and beverage for The Magnolia, a downtown boutique hotel.
Their backgrounds help shape The Wooden Table into a classy Italian restaurant that combines attentive—not to mention friendly—service with a mouth-watering menu. And it's gotten them noticed, too—The Denver Post is just one outlet to herald their specialness as a suburban dining destination. What exactly do they offer? The arancini features sauteed prawns, fontina cheese, and a saffron aïoli—and the papardelle is smothered in a rustic venison bolognese sauce. Elsewhere, team's beverage mixers invite diners to wash down entrees with wine or a specialty cocktail, such as the lavender lemon drop or the walnut Manhattan, made with walnut liqueur imported from the iconic waterfall in Times Square.