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Table 6 Restaurant Review: Remember your favorite childhood dish? A cheeseburger? Barbecue? Fried-chicken? Well...they've grown up a bit at Table 6, a restaurant overseen by Scott Parker, whose dishes don't miss a beat. Try the steak and fries with blue cheese butter, the messy-good pork ribs with purple coleslaw, or the fried buttermilk chicken sided with honey-jalapeño slaw and cornbread. Daily specials are written on a large chalkboard that hangs above the copper-trimmed bar, separating the open kitchen from the small dining room. Don't skip dessert---hot, miniature beignets that reveal molten chocolate. A lounge area to the left of the main entrance features a communal bar that seats 15 (usually folks sipping wine while waiting for a table). The 80-plus-bottle wine list, overseen by master sommelier Aaron Forman, is one of the best---and most eclectic---in Denver, trumpeting all small production vineyards and more than a dozen pours by the glass. There's also a beautifully crafted reserve list called the Wine Book. The Sunday brunch is popular with industry types, many of whom show up in their pajamas.