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Reservations + Private Events

Reservations can be made online or by calling us directly
Jamaica Plain (617) 524-8810, Cambridge (617) 576-5444, Provincetown (508) 487-0106

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About Ten Tables

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We’re A True Neighborhood Restaurant

At Ten Tables, we take pride in being a true neighborhood restaurant that supports our local partners and provides a welcoming, comfortable environment, no matter where we open our doors.

Of all the places we’ve dined over the years, both around Boston and abroad, the homey places that feel like a dinner party are the ones that remain most memorable. With that as our guide, our lights are dimmed as an invitation for you to relax by candlelight, and to sit back and enjoy our attentive but unobtrusive service.

We Cook Locally Grown Food

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We shape our seasonal menus around local ingredients grown by farmers we have direct relationships with. Over the last ten years we have been the grateful recipients of many freshly harvested delights. Farmers fresh from the field and fisherman straight off the boat are a common sight in our restaurants. This direct relationship allows us to work with only the finest local, sustainable, and organic ingredients possible.

Same goes with our drinks. We create all of the ingredients that we mix with spirits. Our wine list constantly evolves, giving us the opportunity to share the creations of small, family vineyards that practice organic or biodynamic winemaking. Similarly, we select brewers whose commitment to their craft creates beers to complement nearly any meal we serve.

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We’re Environmentally Friendly

We also strive to minimize our negative neighborhood and environmental impact. Instead of bringing another loud, dirty, polluting delivery truck to our sites, our produce and dairy deliveries arrive daily via Metro Pedal Power, a bike delivery service serving Boston and Cambridge neighborhoods. We’re doing our part to help our neighbors breathe a little more easily.

Krista Kranyak, Founder & Proprietor

When I was just 12 years old, I worked at a local farm near my hometown in Connecticut. It was here that I first learned the process of growing food, picking food, and what it means (and what it takes!) to eat from ground-to-plate. I worked there on the farm until taking my first restaurant job at 15.

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Starting with these early experiences and throughout the career I have created, I have believed strongly in the merits of supporting local, organic farms and the philosophy of ground-to-plate as the best way to eat. Simultaneously, my love for travel has taken me around the world, and small European restaurants in particular have inspired me. I brought those many fine meals experiences back home stateside with the dream of replicating them here in the Boston area.

In 2002, I founded Ten Tables and opened my first location in the Jamaica Plain (“JP”) neighborhood of Boston. I was the only waitress for those initial ten tables, with a vision to create a space where every aspect of the dining experience had been carefully considered with passion and care. I opened a slightly larger second location just outside of Harvard Square in Cambridge in February of 2009, and on New Year’s Eve 2009 I opened my third venture in the space directly adjacent to the original Ten Tables JP: a homey but stylish bar. The bar space at Ten Tables JP serves our dining room cuisine and also offers its own delicious bar menu focused on our homemade charcuterie, pastas, and cheeses.

Over the summer of 2010 I jumped at the opportunity to acquire and renovate space in a Victorian home on the tip of Cape Cod, creating Ten Tables Provincetown. Then, in 2012, I opened a burger bar in JP, 2 doors down from my original Ten Tables location, called Grassfed.

I am ecstatic that Ten Tables has become so loved, and I am deeply grateful for the national attention we have received in Food and Wine, GQ, and on the Rachel Ray show, as well as plenty of local accolades that include being a three-time “Best of Boston” winner in Boston Magazine.

My goal from the beginning was to create and sustain authentic “neighborhood spots” with a relentless focus on local and organic foods combined with the highest level of service. Thank you for supporting my Ten Tables ventures, and for those of you with whom we’ve not yet had the opportunity to dine, I extend a personal welcome to join us soon in one of our spaces in JP, Cambridge, or Provincetown.

Photo Credit: Laura Barisonzi

We’ve partnered with a lot of organizations in our neighborhood, such as:

Metro Pedal Power
Deliver shipments of food to our Cambridge location

Berkshire Brewing Company
Provide tasty local beer for all our locations

Ten Tables strives for every diner’s experience in our spaces to be relaxed but refined while enjoying a delicious, memorable meal.

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At the heart of each Ten Tables location you will find a talented, knowledgeable staff whose individual experiences create a well-rounded team united around a common passion: Food.

We are always interested in hearing from energetic, dynamic individuals who share our philosophy and seek an opportunity to join a top-notch crew. Ten Tables offers a supportive team-approach working environment, flexible hours and a competitive salary & benefits package.

If you’re eager to learn, passionate about food, service, and beverage, and serious about building a career in the restaurant industry, we’d like to hear from you.

Please forward a cover letter and resume to the location for which you’d like to apply:

JP: 10tables@gmail.com
Cambridge: 10tablescambridge@gmail.com
Provincetown: 10tablesprovincetown@gmail.com

Gift Cards

Gift cards are purchasable and redeemable at both of our locations.

*Please note: To add a personal message to your gift card please click “add” next to Gift Options on the following page. Please make sure to include a shipping address if you would like the card sent directly to your recipient.
Please call or email us directly if you have any questions.
Our 3 locations: menus, specials, directions, contact info...
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Ten Tables Jamaica Plain Location

Hours: Mon-Thurs 5:30-10pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30pm, Sun 5-9pm
$1 Oyster Happy Hour

Monday through Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM Sunday from 3 to 5 PM (available on the bar side only)

"Beerger Mondays"

At the TT Bar have our delicious TT Burger and a choice of Beer for $16

Tuesday Wine Dinners

Each week a different region.  4 courses of food paired with 4 wines for $45/person

Wednesday evening "3 for $38"

Choose an Appetizer, Main and Dessert all for $38 per person

Winter Warmer at the Bar

Our Mac'n'Cheese & glass of house wine for $15

Wine Madness Fridays

Stan, our GM and beverage director carefully hand selects rare wines that normally aren't offered by the glass on most wine menus around the city. These wines are precious and delicious and we at Ten Tables feel the need to pour them by the glass for a great value so they reach everybody's taste buds. Come join us for dinner on Fridays and experience the MADNESS for yourself!

Parking + Directions

Street parking is available.

Contact Information

Feel free to give us a call at (617) 524-8810 if you’d like to schedule a reservation or ask us any questions.

You can email us at 10tables@gmail.com.

You can also “Like” our Facebook page and see any updates we put on our wall.

Ten Tables Cambridge Location

Hours: Mon-Thurs 5:30-10pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30pm, Sun 5-9pm
3 for $38 Sunday Suppers

3 course prix fixe menu featuring dishes from our current a la carte menu as well some classic TT Cambridge dishes

TT Cambridge Bar Burger

Our delicious all-natural burger with handcut frites & all the fixins, served with a draft beer or glass of house wine for only $20 (Mon & Tues, only avail at the bar)

Weekday 2 for 1 Wine Pairings

Order an organic wine pairing along with our Chef's tasting menu and get 2 pairings for the price of 1.  Also available with our vegetarian tasting menu. (avail Mon-Wed)

Wine Madness Fridays

We carefully hand select rare wines that normally aren't offered by the glass on most wine menus around the city. These wines are precious and delicious and we at Ten Tables feel the need to pour them by the glass for a great value so they reach everybody's taste buds. Come join us for dinner on Fridays and experience the MADNESS for yourself!

Parking + Directions

Please take a look at the Parking Spaces Map we’ve made to get a better idea of where you can park. Meanwhile consider these parking tips:

  1. Ten Tables patrons may park in one of the first four spaces in the lot — look for the TT sign at the end of the space. If these spaces are full please come inside and speak to the host about additional spaces nearby.
  2. Please don’t park anywhere else in the Craigie Circle lot — you will be towed.
  3. Continue to the end of Craigie Street, where it runs into Brattle Street and park on Brattle Street in front of the white Armenian Church. There is unrestricted parking here for about 15-20 cars. Also, you can drive past the Church on Brattle Street going toward Harvard Square. There are additional spaces on the left side of Brattle Street between Mercer Cicle and Willard St.
  4. Park in the loading zone alongside the brick schoolhouse on Parker St., adjacent to the intersection with Buckingham St. (which is off of Craigie St.) There is unrestricted parking here for 10-15 cars.
  5. The Sheraton Commander (2 blocks away on Concord Ave) often has available spots in their parking lot.

Contact Information

Feel free to give us a call at (617) 576-5444 if you’d like to schedule a reservation or ask us any questions.

You can email us at 10tablescambridge@gmail.com.

You can also “Like” our Facebook page and see any updates we put on our wall.


Dan Janus Chef TTC

Dan Janus

Executive Chef

Like many others, my love for food began early on with my family. My grandmother’s passion for cooking (and keeping me well fed) is where I first became interested. Through the years, food continued playing a part in my life, from my first job washing dishes at 12, to prepping and catering through high school.

Following High School I attended Western New England College where I studied business and marketing, but my love for food led me to pursue my culinary dreams at the Connecticut Culinary Institute. After graduating, I began cooking all over Massachusetts. From the base of the Berkshires, to the coasts of the Cape, but eventually I settled down in Boston.

I began cooking in the South End at Rocca Italian Kitchen & Bar under Chef Tom Fosnot and after two years moved to Ten Tables in Cambridge. Working with Chef David Punch, I worked up the ranks, becoming sous chef and now, three years later, have taken the role of Executive chef. I learned much from Chef Punch, his cooking style and emphasis on using fresh, local ingredients have become a foundation for how I cook. Now at the helm, I am excited to continue bringing the same excellent quality and energy that Ten Tables is known for.

Dan Cascio

Sous Chef


Ten Tables Provincetown Location

Provincetown Location Sold

Proprietor, Krista Kranyak decided to sell her successful Provincetown location.  Kranyak has  decided to focus more of her time and energy on her two existing Ten Tables locations in Boston as well as expanding her Grass Fed Burger Bar concept.

She would like to extend a warm thank you to the entire Provincetown community as well as all the customers that chose to dine there. She would also like to thank the entire hard working staff that helped make the Ptown location a success.

We encourage all of you to check out the new restaurant that will be opening there in April 2014 called Backstreet. www.backstreetptown.com
She is confidant that the wonderful new owners will be successful in all that they create.

Kranyak is delighted to return to  all the wonders of Ptown as a tourist and begin to recognize it as her vacation town again.