We finally were able to visit Peck's when some friends invited us to join them for dinner. An inviting, intimate space. It's mainly a small plates/tapas menu. We found the food choices to be very good. There's some real skill in the kitchen here. Prices are OK and plates are large enough to share. The wine list was fairly extensive but many obscure labels and we found the wines a bit over priced, especially by the glass. The bread was really good but there is a charge for it. It's a new mind-set in the hospitality industry but we're not a fan of the practice; but in this case since it's not a dinner/entrée restaurant, it's considered a small plate choice.