This tiny little bar is very easy to miss, there's barely a sign outside for it. The decor is very furniture-I-found-on-the-street-chic, and the staff is laid back and friendly. The beer, however, takes a bit of a guide to figure out. It will be tough to find a brew here below $7, as most of the beers are specialty brews from tiny brewerys around the globe. Interesting, and fun to try out new stuff, but always ask before you purchase, lest you find youself purchasing a $20 glass of French ale, like a friend of mine did accidentally. Unfortunately, those prices are quite common, so it's not really good for kicking back with a friend over drinks. More like a special occasion place, or to take your rich friends when they offer to buy you a drink. Oh yeah, and they also serve cheese plates. Good, but again, remember to fatten the wallet before you go.