Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers. Don’t see the information you’re looking for? Contact us directly and one of our staff members will be able to further assist you.

What happens at a Table for Twenty event?

No two Table for Twenty dinners are the same, however, they are always infused experiences with 4-courses and a specialty canna-tail (non-alcoholic). Private reservations are customized for the occasion, you will work with a Table for Twenty event coordinator to create the menu & decor. Table for Twenty provides the setup, clean up, and staff - we take care of everything you will need for an exquisite experience.

Are all the dishes infused with CBD?

They don’t have to be. Once you purchase a ticket to our member event or make a private reservation, send us an email with your dietary restrictions, allergies, and preferences.

Will I get high?

This depends on your personal cannabis consumption and everyone reacts differently, so we really can’t say. That’s why we put the emphasis on food quality and comradery, not on getting high.

What type of events does Table for Twenty curate?

From Brunches in Wicker Park, to Movie Nights on the Southside, to five-course dinners in the South Loop, each Table for Twenty experience is unique to the occasion.

Are there age restrictions?

Yep! 21+ only, no exceptions. We take underage consumption very seriously and therefore will not allow anyone under the age of 21 on premise.

Where are your events located?

Table for Twenty events are held at private locations throughout the Chicago, IL.

What is the cancellation policy for private reservations?

Deposits and travel fees are non-refundable. The event date can be rescheduled with 14 days advance notice.

Are to-go boxes allowed?

We don’t allow our guests to take home to-go boxes. To avoid any accidental consumption, all leftover Infused dishes are discarded.

Is industrial hemp illegal?

Nope! In 2014, the Federal Government declared industrial hemp legal. Still, the cultivation of industrial hemp is only legal in certain states (read more about that here). The question of industrial hemp’s legality is the result of a common misconception. Hemp is a member of the cannabis plant family, so it’s frequently associated with marijuana. However, the primary difference is the level of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) contained in each plant (THC is the drug that produces that “high” feeling). Marijuana has much greater levels of THC. By federal law, industrial hemp must contain less than 0.3% of THC to be considered legal. If the level of THC exceeds 0.3%, the product is considered psychoactive and illegal.

What is CBD?

CBD (short for Cannabidiol) is one of the most popular compounds found in hemp and is unique in that it displays a broad range of potential therapeutic applications, making it an especially attractive agent in a variety of wellness products. CBD is typically available in two forms: “Full spectrum CBD” extract will include all of the cannabinoids from the plant, while “CBD isolate” will be a more concentrated form of CBD with higher purity.

Is CBD illegal?

CBD extracted from industrial hemp (meaning the plant contains less than 0.3% of THC) is not illegal. However, as we mentioned above, hemp can have illegal levels of THC (greater than 0.3%). In addition, CBD extracted from the marijuana plant will likely contain high levels of THC, making it illegal. The best way to avoid this issue is to shop from an approved provider (such as Table for Twenty and its partners) that can guarantee that its products have been sourced from legal, industrial hemp.

What does Table for Twenty Membership Include?

Membership benefits includes quarterly CBD giftboxes, charitable donations, meetup access and sponsor swag.

Where is Table for Twenty Located?

Table for Twenty currently hosts meetups in Chicago and Los Angeles.