Just across the hall from The Tin Table , owned by Hallie Kuperman, is the Century Ballroom, which she also owns. That makes an excellent

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Best Place for Dinner and a Dance Lesson

The Tin Table

Just across the hall from The Tin Table, owned by Hallie Kuperman, is the Century Ballroom, which she also owns. That makes an excellent way to trick your reluctant boyfriend into a night of dancing. Just act surprised when you walk out and see the ballroom, and push him onto the dance floor before he knows what hit him. Despite its swanky appearance, the Tin Table is surprisingly inexpensive—you can easily fill up on a plate of fish tacos ($8) and still have enough for a glass of bubbly or one of the specialty cocktails (the ginger mojito is quite good). After dinner, you can dance the night away for as little as six bucks. If you need some time to work up the courage, they don't seem to mind rubbernecking from the hall.—Suzie Rugh

 
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