609 N Corona St, Denver, CO 80218
Phone: (303) 831-8805
Fax: (303) 831-8805
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Mexican, American, Latin American
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Took a date here last week and we had such a great experience I thought I'd have to find some time to write a review. The food was very unusual but exception. They seriously spoil you with the appetizers too. Let them pick your appetizers and suggest dinner. Great atmosphere. Perfect for a date.
08/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Me and my friends heard big things about table 6 and were excited to try it. Much to our disappointment, the food was mediocre, the ambience was awful (blaring loud band that we had to scream over) and it was about 85 degrees in there (no ac). Waste of time and money!
If you're looking for a great brunch, try Second Home in Cherry Creek or Snooze.
08/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Wonderful, tasty, wholesome food! Every single sauce that was poured over my dish was perfectly balanced with a long list of ingredients - and every ingredient I could taste! I had a lovely experience here. My husband and I enjoyed an evening of delicate food, lovely atmosphere (exposed brick walls and candles on tables), and an attentive waitress with impeccable timing. Wine was delicious, too.
This really could not have been better. It is more pricey than your average restaurant but make sure you visit Table 6 for special occasions!
03/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Table 6, after five visits over two years, has consistently excellent seasonal food and wonderful service without any pretension. The staff has been there for a while, so they know what they're doing. The location is sweet and sophisticated. The price is right. I go to this warm, inviting restaurant when I want fine dining but don't want pretentious foodie talk.
02/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Ate there last night during 5280 restaurant week. The food was nasty and barely edible and the portions were miniscule. I had the dinner entree of potato dumplings in a mushroom broth. There were 2 tiny dumplings ad 2 tiny mushrooms in about 1/2 cup of broth. This was not an appetizer, but the main dish. It was not even tasty. The tiny dumplings were like rocks. This restaurant's food quality is certainly not worth the price. The service was bad, very slow. We will not be back.
12/19/2009Provided by Citysearch -
If you think the Table 6 restaurant at the corner of Corona and 6th Ave in Denver a small, cozy, local/family place, think again. This is what I thought when I first went to this place. It was indeed very small, a little crowded even when not many customers were dining inside. Forks and knives were laid on the bare tables – not on a table sheet or napkin (I cleaned my forks with a napkin before using). So far I still thought this was just one of the other many local restaurants until I saw the menu. The menu was a piece of printed green paper. The appetizers were around $8-$10, and the entrees were mostly over $20. I didn't start with an appetizer since the waiter told me they were very “tiny” portion. I didn't quite understand what his “tiny” mean until I saw my $23 entree. When I looked at the little food, sitting lonely in the middle of the plate, my first thought was – this is an entree dish or a food sampler? The taste was ok, especially when it cost two dollars per bite. But I was still hungry after finishing my little food in 5 minutes. The guy sitting in the next table finished his little food in about the same amount of time, and also looked hungry – how could he not be, I am a small-sized person with normal appetite, and I still had to have another meal back home after this costly dinner.
So if you are like me who doesn't get used to spend $50 on a single meal, doesn't want to feel humiliated and get the “cheap” look from your waiter for not ordering from the wine menu, and simply needs a normal portion of food to feed your stomach, then avoid this place. But if you have so much money and don't know how to waste it, and are willing to spend on very irrationally over-priced ordinary food, you may give a try. But here is another thought, why not donate the $ to local schools?
11/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Some friends and I just happened to walk by this restaurant on our way to find a place to eat and decided to stop in. Am I glad we did! This place is a true gem! The food was devine and perfectly prepared. Our waitress was friendly, patient, really took the time to explain all the dishes without making it seem like she was rushed to get on to the next table. She also recommended a wine that was outstanding! We felt pampered by the service and really enjoyed all the dishes. We took her recommendation and shared a couple appetizers and a couple entrees. Everything was just fantastic. Truly, you need to try this place. Take your wife or significant other here for a special night out, you won't regret it.
01/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I miss living on Corona and being able to walk over to Table 6...the food is really innovative and interesting and the service is generally spot on. In the years I have been going there, I have only had one bad experience, which was remedied when I wrote the owner the next day. And, I had the best glass of wine I've ever had there, a French white, about 2 years ago. It's pricey, but you get what you pay for and in this case, that means attention to detail. I'm not always wowed by the strange combinations (popcorn with caramel and shrimp??) but overall, the menu changes enough to always warrant a return. Plus, the butter studded with Hawaiian pink salt is very addictive.
11/10/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Small place, very cozy, great for dates or small groups. This place was packed even on a Sunday night, which speaks to how great the food is. Try the soup - the combination of flavors is very different, but amazing. Love the crusty bread with butter and salt. Coffee tastes amazing and is served in little french presses - goes great with the chocolate beignets, which could be the best tasting dessert ever. Very clean, has a neighborhood feel. Highly recommend.
12/02/2007Provided by Citysearch -
After a disappointing experience, I will never return nor recommend this restaurant. The food was not as exciting as others describe and the service left much to be desired. First a host staff who seems to selectively chose to ask patrons to hang their coats. Ours were not taken, despite the fact they were long and draped to the floor on the back of our chairs. Our waiter seemed more interested in upping our tab to ensure a good tip than genuine, good service. To top it off, we were asked to vacate our table for the people ""biting at their knuckles to be seated"" despite the fact we were not even through with our wine---a terrible disappointment for such a trendy,""classy"" restaurant. A user on 11/30/07 wrote about a similar experience. The friend I was dining with had also experienced a rude hostess on a prior occasion (during a business dinner).
12/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
One of the most original places in town. Yes, they are small and there is no way to get a quit table. Once you have paid and see people waiting for this amazing food, it is polite to get up and move to the bar to finish your coffee or if you have paid. All in all, it is a cozy, wonderful, family and friends experience at table 6. The food amazing, the wine wonderful, staff is like family. A neighborhood enjoying the wonderful cuisine of a community at large! Large and real, yes there are some complications on the weekends, but it is still one of the best places in Denver. It gives Denver some dynamic character that this city deserves.
11/30/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to this restaurant twice, once on business and the other with a friend. The first time I was greeted promptly but when I asked for a quiet table, I was surprised by the tone of the response I received from the server who stated that she could not guarantee a quiet table as the restaurant is open and she can not predict the future. The second time, my girlfriend and I, not finished with our meal, were asked to move to the bar because there were people waiting to be seated. We frequent several restaurants in the Denver area as locals and could not believe the terrible service at this restaurant. Even though the food was mediocre, the service and the feeling we had leaving the establishment made the overall experience one we regret. We will not return to this restaurant.
10/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Located a few blocks northwest of the Cherry Creek Mall, a modest storefront on the corner of a leafy residential street opens into the inviting space that is Table 6. Here on the 2 nights that we visited, the open kitchen (flanked by a simple bar and the seating area) turns out dish after well-thought out dish with minimal drama & fuss. Standouts were the roasted chicken (and its companion poached egg in a jalapeno cornbread ""nest"") and the duck confit, as well as a salmon special served with pasta and the most delicious pureed pistachio and lemon sauce. Deserts were remarkable (you probably haven't lived until a hot beignet has exploded its molten chocolate contents in your mouth), and matched with an unusual selection of desert wines & ports, on a par with the excellent wine list. Overall an excellent and well valued choice for dinner away from the usual Cherry Creek crowds
02/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My fiance and I have been to Table 6 3xs now - first for his birthday, then when he proposed and lastly for Valentine's and every time has been fabulous! There are so many expensive restaurants in the Cherry Creek/ Capitol Hill area and this one by far is worth every penny.
The key to getting a good table and no waiting at Table 6 if it's for less than 6 people is to get there around opening.
Our service every time was helpful and informative.
The food is always scrumptious? the combinations of flavors they come up with are so creative. I had veal breast in a tomato-based sauce with ravioli and basil? it was all so fresh and flavorful! Every appetizer we?ve started with and dessert we?ve ended with makes our mouths water and stomachs ultra-satisfied!
For every special occasion we go to Table 6!
09/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
A group of friends met for dinner one night at Table 6. We had terrible service...waited for OVER 20 minutes to give a drink order, received cold food...then had to ask for silverware...and on top of it all had a waitress with an attitude.
I was expecting so much more given several other reviews...we won't be returning...I am happy to give my money to a staff that actually provides service...not attitude.