We were a little bit disappointed. I was surprised how limited the menu was. We both had steak, and thought it was a little pricey for what we got. Mine was quite chewy, and I ended up leaving the last third. The sides were good though - fresh and hot. The restaurant itself is very nice - lots of exposed beams, and old-fasioned knick-knacks everywhere. The big band music cd being played added to the atmosphere. We arrived just as it was opening for dinner, and were seated immediately. Ten mins later, another couple arrived, and were seated right behind us, even though the restaurant was completely empty! We thought that was a bit annoying. I would go back for drinks (their Long Island Iced Tea was spot on!) but I wouldn't want to eat.
Pros: Out of the way, Good service, Drinks
Cons: Average fare