The family eats dinner out for the first time ever.
When the kids have a snack, they sit at the dining table for another meal.
And when the family’s not around, they can relax with the kids in the living room.
That’s how slim dining tables like the Pine and the Floating have transformed the family dining experience.
“We thought it was time to make it a little more intimate,” said Scott Kline, owner of Slim Kitchen.
“The kids get to eat, and we get to see how our dining table feels.
We’re not just a family dinner table anymore.
We get to share a meal with them, and they get to be part of that.”
Slim Kitchen has been the standard-bearer for the slim dining scene for years.
It’s also been a staple at some of the city’s top restaurants.
The Pine, for example, is one of the most popular restaurants in San Diego, serving up a wide array of dishes, including a variety of salads and wraps.
But the Pine is no ordinary dining table.
It is the new standard for the family to sit at for dinner.
Owner Scott Klines family dining table with a view of the island.
Sally and her son Michael sit at a table for a family meal.
The Pine and Floating, located on the island of Mauna Kea, Hawaii, offer guests an intimate dining experience that includes a slim dining setup.
It’s a trend that’s been a boon for Slim Kitchen owners.
In the last year, the restaurant has been one of San Diego’s top spots for the upscale dining scene.
It was a destination in the early days, but it’s been growing and evolving since then, Kline said.
He and his team have been working hard to make slim dining a more intimate dining option, he said.
“We want to make sure we’re giving our guests the opportunity to really connect with us.”
The idea for slim dining was inspired by a family of three, Klines said.
They were having a picnic, so the family decided to get a Slim Kitchen and put a new idea to the table.
They started thinking about a restaurant that they could call home and make their own.
Kline said the Pine has the best view of Maunakea, a volcanic island in the Hawaiian Islands, and the Islands of Hawaii, among other places.
They also wanted the dining experience to be relaxing and comfortable.
“It’s something that I think has really been a big inspiration for us,” Klines told ABC News.
“So, I wanted to make a table that would make you feel relaxed and be very family friendly.”
The Pine was built to be as much as possible comfortable, Kelines said.
The tables were designed with the island in mind.
The table is designed to fit over the top of a sofa and have the same height and length as the sofa, he explained.
When the family gets a snack or snack break, they’re in the dining room with the table and dining room chairs for a break.
If the family is home, the dining area can be a cozy place to rest and eat.
The island also comes with an outdoor patio.
The lounge area is also available for guests to enjoy a romantic meal.
The family also loves having the dining space to play, play and eat in.
There are four different sizes of slim dining, Kliners said.
He says the Floating has the widest variety of styles available, from small to large, but they also have a variety that’s perfect for kids.
A table is just a chair, but the tables are adjustable for different sizes, he added.
The dining area is available for seating up to 6 people, and there is a full-service bar for customers to enjoy drinks.
For Klines, slim dining is a family tradition that’s a joy to be a part of.
“We’re here for a reason.
We love it, and it’s really fun,” he said, adding that the Pine’s family dining space is a great place to relax and have fun.
“It’s very special.”