What's the best table at Georgian Room?

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Head to Georgian Room, The Cloister's Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant extraordinaire, and you'll find a dining room fit for the likes of any Southern belle. Add in the modern cuisine of chef Daniel Zeal that tempts food lovers from all over the country to its coastal Georgian locale and you've got yourself a fabulous dining experience regardless of the table.

This stately room is decked out in gold and cream décor, rose-and-floral furnishings, crystal chandeliers and a carved stone fireplace. The pristine tables are arranged spaciously throughout this lavish space, allowing for a comfortable meal no matter where you sit.

That being said, there are a few prime tables, depending on what kind of dinner you want to have. If you'd prefer a more private affair, snag one of the several tables that sink into intimate nooks, allowing you and your special someone to enjoy a quiet dinner. At one of these tables, you'll feel like you are the only two in the restaurant — perfect for a romantic date.

However, if you're with a group and looking for a private area to spare the rest of the dining room of your chatter, book the 12-person private dining area. You and your group can comfortably converse in the private dining room, which is complete with leaded-glass windows and a hand-painted mural.

The scenery lovers should request one of the several of the tables that look out onto the restaurant's rose garden, which is currently being transformed into a chef's garden. Pretty soon, you'll be able to look outside from your table and watch your meal growing before your eyes.

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