The historic space which houses Tavolo V retains plenty of reclaimed aspects from its previous life as a lighting warehouse with contemporary finishing touches. High wooden-beam lined ceilings and glass-paned salvaged bay doors breathe plenty of refreshing daylight into the casual yet classy dining room. Walls play host to sections of exposed brick and concrete along with a detailed mural exemplifying Pietro's rich family history in the St. Louis restaurant business. Tavolo V enjoys an uncommon luxury among the majority of Loop restaurants -- its own spacious parking lot -- in addition to plenty of patio seating along the sidewalk.
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