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The best table at Golden Bee depends on the time you visit and your inclination. During the day, in a dining room as snug as this one, you may not have much of a preference among the bar stools, two- or four-tops and leather-padded wooden banquettes. But come evening, when the ragtime revivalist takes to the keys and the sing-along starts, the best seat in the house hinges on whether you’d rather join in the singing or find a quieter nook opposite the piano. Part of the fun about this restaurant is the energetic mood that takes over post-sunset, so the best table could end up being the one you’re randomly assigned after making friends with your fellow pub-going neighbors.
With only 67 seats in The Golden Bee, all of them are the best.