Savor masterfully prepared
specialties like: Chateaubriand,
Sea Bass, Duck L'Orange, Rack of
Lamb or Bison Ribeye (right).
Six Tables is open for dinner
only, by reservation with
one seating most evenings.
SIX TABLES LEGEND:
Six Tables was conceptualized by
Chef Roland Levi and his wife Gail.
Chef Roland is a native of Belgium.
He did his culinary training in Brussels
at the Ecole Culinaire des Arts et
Metiers. Gail and Roland have worked
in the food industry as personal Chefs
for the past 15 years, two of which
they spent working for Ms. Brooke
Astor in New York City. During
their career, they have had the
distinction of serving Lee Iacocca,
Tip O'Neill, Margaret Thatcher,
Princess Diana (in the Hamptons),
and several former US Presidents
among a long list of distinguished
others. Before leaving Manhattan
and settling here in Florida, they
worked in the residence of Mr.
John Clay of Clay Finlay
Investment Banking. During their
time with him, he developed
Multiple Sclerosis. This unfortunately
made it very difficult for him to
conduct his business affairs as he
did before. He therefore had the
vision of converting the 3rd floor
of his 5-story brownstone on Park
Avenue into a private 'dining area'
where he could receive his guests
and clients on a six-course meal.
It was at that time that Roland
and Gail really first had the idea
to someday open a very intimate
six-course dinner restaurant.
Six Tables and six courses
of incomparable continental
cuisine are served in an elegant
ambiance. It's perhaps the most
personalized dining experience
you will have outside your home.
Six Tables provides a truly
exceptional dining experience:
Fine china, white linen and
crystal stemware amid soft
music and superb service.
Roland and Gail opened the Dunedin restaurant in April
of 1998 with very little promotion. After Opening their Last Location
in Las Vegas, they left the restaurant to Greg and Sharon Maxwell.
Keeping with Roland's recipes as well as some of Chef Sharon's
creations, they have maintained the high standard Roland set for the