After eating the night before at a Parson's Table competitor that was truly excellent I wondered how The Parson's Table would stack up. It did just fine. My wife and I and our companion who had dined with us the night before agreed that The Parson's Table was superb. Everything we had from opening cocktails (They actually knew how to make real cocktails like an "Old Fashion".) to the desserts was quality and done right. The atmosphere of an old church that has been repurposed was both very interesting as well as quite beautiful. The menu was extensive and varied and the wine list the same. Little River is lucky to have the Parson's Table and we will make sure that if we are passing anywhere near and it can work that we will eat there.