If you have a special occassion or just want a quite refined dinner with that special someone then Six tables may be the restaurant to choose. Owner/chef, Johnathan, is quite proud to be here for ten years now. He's grown from six to eight tables. If you are trying to make a special impression on someone(s) you may want to select this prefixed menu dining experience. The atmosphere exudes fine dining of years gone by...you can actually carry on a conversation. Champage greets you prior to Johnathan announcing the choices of the evening. He is aided by two assistants, ours being Debra, paid just the right attention to us are attentive without getting in the way. We especially appreciated the option of bringing our own wine. My husband enjoyed the duck and I the steak dish. We suspect the menu does not change often by reading other reviews...but then you will not likely find yourself dining here often to get tired of the selection. Lobster bisque, ceasar salad, sorbet, your choice of main course, poached pear with a selection of cheeses, and two deserts to share completed a polished evening.