Table Three Ten, a casual fine-dining restaurant in the heart of downtown Lexington, is closing next week.
The restaurant will serve food for the last time on Valentine’s Day, and the restaurant’s bar will be open for the last time Feb. 18.
“After seven years, Table Three Ten will be closing its doors,” the restaurant stated on its website Thursday. “We are so grateful for your support and we thank you for your patronage.”
The restaurant is owned by Lexington native Daniel Marlowe, 35, who has been in the industry for 20 years. Marlowe’s wife, Florence, is his business partner. The Table Three Ten property is owned by Krim Boughalem, who once owned National Provisions.
January was a “pretty decent month,” but there has been a lot of movement with downtown dining, so it was necessary to stay ahead of the trends, Marlowe said.
He said he hopes to open a new restaurant in the same space in March.
“I can’t really tell you many details — we’re keeping things tight-lipped,” Marlowe said. “As with all businesses, there’s a life cycle. We see that it’s time to change directions.”