The Breakfast Nook is a small space with doors on either side. The Bar-Stools are a little bit "higher than normal" and they have an obtrusive arm. Very comfortable for sitting; but, cannot have an apron on a table or bar. Needed room for 2 stools on each side.
To meet all these requirements, end up with a table that's long-ish, narrow, and tall. Desired dimensions: 58 L x 28 W x 36.25 H.
Problems: (1) worried about it being "wobbly" (tall & could not have an apron on the length); (2) needed to fit those bar-stools between the legs.
Solution: I "merged" the plans for the Farmhouse Table with elements of the Truss Beam table for structural integrity.
Top is typical: used pocket-hole jig / screws (Kreg) to join three 2 x 10's. Final Width: 27.75". Cut even with straight-edge and framing saw (used a 60 T Fine-finish blade - nice!).
Set the end stretchers into the legs; attached with brown-colored deck screws. Attached length-wise stretchers to the end stretchers with deck screws. Could have used pocket-holes; but, this way, it's symmetrical and everything matches.
Added 45 degree supports for stabililty - used combination of pocket-holes and deck screws.
Base is sized so that top has a 1.5" overhang all-round.
Attached the top to the base with pocket-holes / screws - to top end stretchers and legs, and top length-wise stretcher.