I visited last night with friends and we had a great time. The pub serves a good selections of wine and beer, but no liquor. The hefeweizen on tap was very good, and others enjoyed their wine selections.
We sampled the sandwiches, chicken pot pie, and nachos. The nachos were pretty typical, but tasty. The salsa on them seemed really freshly made, but the cheese on them was kind of standard and oily. Their sandwiches are excellent (of course, because they're from the Honey Bear Bakery upstairs) and the chicken pot pie was really amazing.
The decor inside is really interesting. Its very cozy and everything is rough wood, giant peices of raw wood. Quite beautiful and smells nice too.
This is a great place to go relax and read, have a conversation, hang out with friends and doodle on coasters or just talk about books. There's a bookstore with espresso conveniently located upstairs in case you run out of things to discuss in the pub.
I would highly recommend it as a low key hangout for good beer and simple, but well prepared food. The air conditioning was a nice bonus since it's been in the 90's.