A week and a half ago, I went to a newer gastropub in the Canton area called Table Six. As soon as I stepped inside, I knew that I would love it. It’s owned by Greg & Amy Goehring*, a couple who also own three other restaurants.
This particular one has a very clean, modern look with dark wood and cool metal attracting your eyes. In the main room, circular chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Back near the bar, Jazz-inspired paintings hug the walls. Music filtered through the rooms giving it a hipper vibe.
This particular pub encourages sharing and it blends innovation with traditional comfort food. Their menu isn’t incredibly expensive. Its prices hover around those similar to The Blue Door instead of Crave.
They have a wide variety of cocktails infused with juices and fresh herbs, beers, and wines. I got the *Pineapple Fin. I won’t lie, I have no idea what was in it, but it was recommended to me. The first few swallows were heavily laced with alcohol. As I got to the bottom, I could taste the pineapple and I liked it a lot better.
For an appetizer, we got the Maple Pecan Bacon and the Salt & Pepper Calamari. The bacon was phenomenal; a beautiful balance of sweet and salty with a bit of a chew. I have never had something so delicious before. I would eat it every day if I could.
The calamari was perfectly cooked on top of rice noodles and drizzled with a shallot glaze. It was light and I somehow left room for the entree.
For my entree, I got the Loaded Mac & Cheese. It was made with blackened chicken, caramelized onion jam, aged cheddar and bacon. I honestly couldn’t finish it, but I wish I could. It was so flavorful that I didn’t mind that the mac & cheese wasn’t baked like I normally prefer it.
Jonathon got the Chicken & Waffles. There isn’t a photo because he started digging in immediately. Yes, they were that good.
Overall, it was a great dinner and I’ll be going back soon to try more items.
6113 Whipple Ave. NW
North Canton, OH 44720
Thanks for reading,
*I’m not 100% sure that’s the name of the cocktail*
*Edit: Post previously said Meldrums owned the restaurant when their last name is actually Goehring. I read their website incorrectly. I apologize for any offense.*
Stunning place and the food looks incredible.