What We Believe
All neighbors are welcome to sit at our table.
The door is open. A seat is waiting if you are hungry or have a hunger to help our neighbors and make a difference. We know a good meal in a welcoming environment will feed one’s soul. Come on in!
Good is in the hands that serve.
We cannot function without volunteers who give of their time and talents—the heart behind our mission. We continually pray for volunteers to make good things happen as the hands and feet of Jesus.
Togetherness will satisfy your appetite.
At Table One, our neighbors come together. Neighbors from across the street or across town. New friends. Families. Those in need of help and those with help to give. All come together to enjoy a good meal and the pleasure of good company.
All may eat with love on the menu.
We ask that you pay what you can afford. Pay a little more to “pay it forward” and help to feed your neighbor. If you are unable to pay, your volunteer service is payment for a meal.
Community is the chef’s special of the day.
Don’t be a stranger. Say hello. Introduce yourself to neighbors around you. Get to know your neighbors. Help us at Table One’s eliminate hunger, grow relationships, and celebrate community.
Top it off with a “to go” of happiness.
With a large helping of love covered in friendship, you’ll end your meal with a “to go” order of happiness—a happiness that follows you all the way home.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Table One?
Table One is a community cafe—a non-profit combination business/ministry established for the betterment of our local community. We serve the privileged and under-privileged alike.
What is a community cafe?
A community cafe is a place where individuals or families can enjoy a healthy, affordable meal in a warm and welcoming environment.
How do I pay for a meal?
We embrace a “pay what you can afford” concept. Our menu may be confusing at first as we have no prices on the menu. We ask that you pay what you would normally pay at another restaurant for a similar meal. Pay a little extra to “pass it on” if you are able. If you are unable to pay for a meal, you can give time in service as payment.
To give my time in service, what will I do?
Take orders. Wrap silverware. Set tables. Bus/Sanitize tables. Help clean. Restock items. Wash/Dry dishes. Clean up. Set up. Wrap Up! No matter your experience, there is a place for your gifts and talents.
What type of food is on the menu?
Ours is a family style menu including gourmet sandwiches, broasted chicken, pizza, specialty salads, and much more. It is all freshly prepared using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients as much as possible.
Are reservations accepted?
Although not needed, reservations are accepted. All guests are welcome and will be seated on a first come, first serve basis. All food is made to order so we ask that you allow time for us to make your meal as you like it.