Went here recently with 3 other people, the night of the blizzard of all nights. We got there a little after 7pm so it was pretty empty, esp given the weather (though I think there was a party in the back). While we were waiting for one of our party we had a drink at the bar & chit-chatted with the bartender, who was very nice. Once we all got seated in the dining area, the waitress (who was nice & attentive) told us that most people order about 3-4 things from the menu & share--so we did. Um, big mistake, because it was WAY too much food. The sliders & spring rolls were very good, the spinach-artichoke dip, quesadillas, popcorn shrimp & calamari pretty good but not amazing, the walnut encrusted goat cheese salad & sesame tuna skewers just ok, & the beef kabob skewers so chewy that I stopped trying to eat them after almost choking on a piece. The crab cakes & eggplant fritters I didn't have room to even try but I hear they were good. Also we got a pitcher of sangria that smelled funny to me, definitely had much better elsewhere. With everything we ordered the bill added up to much more than we expected it to be (though it was still less than $50 per person).The best thing about the place was the cozy, chill atmosphere, and the very comfortable couches (almost fell asleep!). It was great lounging around and watching the snow come down through the window--our own little insulated world. What a shock when we went outside & saw how bad it was! I would go back, but definitely order a lot less, and also would go later as we didn't get to see the band play--Hot Mess was playing that night but didn't want to stay too late in that weather, even then it was still a nightmare getting home.
Pros: comfy couches, atmosphere, sliders
Cons: sangria tasted odd, some of the food just ok