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About Table 6
Table 6 is a classic American bistro, offering a warm and inviting atmosphere. Chef Mike Winston prepares succulent dishes, delivered with elegant style and complimented with a dynamic wine list, created by General Manager/Sommelier Aaron Foreman, which represents most of the flourishing wine districts from all over the world. We accept a limited number of reservations in order to provide ample room for walk-in guests. If your desired reservation time is not available we will likely be able to accommodate your party on a walk-in basis. Please visit us at the restaurant or call us at 303-831-8800.
Denver, CO 80218
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30 - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
A lot directly behind the restaurant is available at no charge. Guests may enter the restaurant from the parking lot through the rear entrance.
Banquet, Beer, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sunday, October 29th, 2017 Yelloween Brunch, a Halloween Celebration! $115 Per Reservation of Two Includes 3 Courses Each + 1 bottle Of Veuve Yellow Label To Share DJ Ginger Perry Creating The Spooky Soundscape Sabering & Sharing Of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Magnums Throughout! Feel Like Dressing Up? 3/$100 Gift Certificates Given For Best Costume(s)
Table 6 Ratings and Reviews
Table 6 consistently provides creative, fun, well presented food that is great for any occasion. We go there to treat out-of-town guests. We had our son's high school and college graduation parties in their private back room. We love it when they offer wine tastings and meal parings with top rated vintners. All the wait staff are wonderful. Table 6 is simply great!
Falling Behind the Competiton - Table 6 has a lot of new competition at its price point, and the new guys are winning. The service was excellent but the evening's menu was less interesting than the the menu published on the restaurant website. The ambiance appeared pleasant for the other diners, but we were relegated to the worst table in the house, even though the restaurant was not full and we'd made our mid-week reservation in advance. Our party of 4 was stuffed in a sweltering corner just steps away from the open kitchen entrance, with an unappetizing view of the kitchen equipment and floor. By the end of the meal our clothes and hair smelled like we'd been working in the kitchen ourselves. I'd love to see Table 6 step up their act and live up to their former acclaim.
Had the Salmon cauliflower and pork belly for appetizers. Salmon had just the right flavor of saracha and was favorite over the pork belly. Both duck and salmon entrees were delicious. Both had great mix complimentary sides. The food left my tastebuds wanting more, even though my belly said no mas!!
Have been trying to check this place out for a while now and finally went in for our anniversary dinner. The entire staff took the time to wish us happy anniversary which was very nice. We were given complimentary champagne to cheers. Mave was our server and she made sure our evening was spectacular. I would go back again just for her hospitality. The food has a very interesting spin on it and I believe their menu changes frequently. We got gravy tots for our app and chicken and pork for our entree. Everything came out and was very good. I would recommend.
My parents were in town, so I brought them and my two best friends with me. We had such an amazing time! Our waiter was very friendly, the food was outstanding, and the overall atmosphere was perfect for a nice Friday night dinner. I also loved the open kitchen. Definitely coming back here.
Four of us had combinations of the kale salad, ceasar salad, butternut squash soup, gruyere soufle, braised pork, and the baked apple dessert. The food was delicious, well presented but not too fussy, and the proportions were not overwhelming. The ambiance was welcoming. It was quiet enough for conversation to catch up with old friends, but there was a steady hum from other patrons.
I hadn't been to Table 6 in a long time and now know why. The service was slow- we were at our table for about 15 minutes before our waitress came to the table. We had asked about a couple of dishes and it was as if we were offending her by asking. Ordered one of the two salads on the menu and got the one I didn't order. We didn't bother to return it to the kitchen because it took awhile to get it. Good concept for an update to the old Table 6, but for the money I would rather go to one of the many other restaurants in town.
Table 6 was everything we've read about online for Sunday brunch. The food was outstanding, the service excellent and the ambience was relaxing and chill. Don't go expecting a typical traditional brunch menu. Be ready to try different and new things if you want to enjoy your experience.
T6 is always a great experience-from the friendly host/hostess that greet you, the knowledgeable wait staff to the amazing Chef and cooks making magic happen in the kitchen. Highly recommended for any occasion when you want food that is fresh and artistically prepared-It is a guaranteed treat!
Everything was incredible...however the dj (s) need to realize that it's a restaurant, not a club. And, one of them needs to be mindful of diners who are not her friends. She screams and yells so loud that you can literally jump in your own seat as she walks by yelling. She's also been known to walk through the dining room with a toothbrush in her mouth. The food is incredible and service was spot on.
Table 6 met every expectation created by the reviews we read from other patrons. The setting is delightful, albeit a bit too noisy for my taste, but the excellent food and fantastic service more than made up for the loudness.
The menu was remarkable in its creativity, the waiter extremely attentive and informative, and the entire experience memorable. I had the duck confit and my spouse thoroughly enjoyed the sea bass. The tater tot appetizer is to die for. Whatever you order--get that appetizer! Do not skip this whatever else you order.
We had a view of the open kitchen and the neighborhood setting of this gem of a restaurant was something not to miss on any visitor to or resident of Denver.
Table 6 is an underestimated Restaurant. They are always reliable and the food is exceptional.
The restaurant is small but quaint and has a nice casual atmosphere. You can see into the open kitchen which always makes me feel more confident that they are using all fresh ingredients.
Table 6 is a not to be missed restaurant.
We actually walked out. We had a 6:30 reservation and still did not have our drinks by 6:55. The menu changes and what we had seen that looked good on the web menu was not being offered. We don't like fried food and many of the appetizers were fried or salad (fried tater tots with bacon jam or fried green tomatoes). The noise level was super high and again, the waitress was polite but very slow so we decided to cut our losses and went to La Merise in Cherry Creek instead and had a great dinner.
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