Table For Six / I don't recommend this club to anyone
I was a member with Table For Six for about two years mainly because I didn't want to deal with the hassle of disputing the contract. I rarely write reviews, but I feel inclined to share my experience in this case.
During those two years, I went to roughly 20 dinners, and participated in a few events, so I have participated enough to give an accurate review.
I joined Table for Six when I just turned 27, which turned out to be very young relative to the rest of the members. During my two years, I met exactly 6 women that were my age or younger. I ended up dating a few of these women, but nothing long-term developed.
In over half of my dinners, I was matched up with women well above my age. Despite clearly indicating in my profile that I was only interested in women my age or younger--though I was willing to compromise a few years--I was matched up with women well into their 30s and sometimes 40s. I had reiterated my expectations in feedback forms as well as personally over the phone on numerous occassions; however, the people at T46 never took me seriously. My expectations were extremely reasonable. I had three requirements: 1. healthy weight 2. near my age 3. employed. Unfortunately, those low standards were missed repetitively. I can't help, but to suspect that I was simply used to satisfy T46's long-standing female clients.
Men are always told that this club is perfect for them because the ratio of women to men is so high; however, while this is true, the quality of the women are below average. A significant percentage of the women are overweight, and there are very few good looking women. Every once in a while a pretty face comes around, but these women are single for a reason. They're damage goods in one way or another. Normally, it's because their expectations just aren't aligned with reality. Very few of the women are charismatic, and their table talk normally revolved around trivialities. Career wise, most of these women hold typical middle-class jobs, which they often hold in high esteem, and are often presumptuous, and sometimes patronizing towards some men who they don't feel are on par. T46 naturally draws these personalities because they market on a "pressure-free" environment for "career-minded" singles. The club ends up with women who can't find a date because they don't know how to take care of themselves, and other women, who believe they will draw a house of kings.
Bottom line: I don't reccommend this club to anyone, especially men who are under 40.