So I just discovered that Jabref, the free, open-source, cross-platform citation manager that I use has a very kick-ass feature thanks to Mark Schenk. Mark wrote a very nifty export tool for Jabref that exports selected entries to an interactive HTML table that is searchable and lets you view abstracts and the raw bibtex entry. Here is an example provided by Mark.
Here are the features as listed in the exported HTML source code:
optionally searches Abstracts and reviews
allows Regular Expression searches
e.g. to search for entries between 1980 and 1989, type: 198[0-9]
e.g. for any entry ending with 'symmetry', type: symmetry$
e.g. for all reftypes that are books: ^book$, or ^article$
e.g. for entries by either John or Doe, type john|doe
UPDATE: Browsing around Mark's page, I found that he has added even more features to this HTML table export, including the ability to sort columns by clicking on the header, and filtering list entries by entry type, year, author, etc. Here is an example from Mark.
Jabref comes with the first version of the export tool I described as well as a more simplified table (no abstracts or bibtex) already. To get more enhanced versions, visit Mark Schenk's Jabref tools webpage.