We showed up for dinner around 7:30 and it was not very busy yet, while it did get busier as the evening progressed, the atmosphere was good for a small group to have dinner and converse with one another. Now, let me start by saying the beer was pretty darn good. While they were out of the first 3 selections I asked about, the other two I tried were easy to consume microbrews. The food on the other hand is horrible. We started with a low quality seafood fondue which had the consistency of and taste of mushroom soup. Don't just stay away from this, run when you are able to smell it two tables away. We also had a sampler appetizer plate which I think was freezer burned wings and such, microwaved from your local freezer section. I had a burger as my meal selection. My burger was overcooked, incredibly dry and completely flavorless. This should not have been the case since ordered it rare. It was obvious that my burger was placed under the heat lamps while the rest of my partys food cooked, as the plate was scolding hot when it was delivered to the table and no one elses was. I would have sent it back, but it was so infrequent that we saw our server that my group would have finished their food before I was able too send it back. And while we are on the subject of the service, 3 requests for appetizer plates to 2 different people went unfulfilled, as did our request for catsup and refills on water. The only quick response we received from our waiter was after he dropped the credit card slip off, he was back 10 seconds later for his pen because it was the only one he had. The chocolate fantasy dessert I was told was very good with a surprise coconut taste that made it very enjoyable. I shared the key lime pie which was average and a relatively small portion compared to the price they charge. Overall if you are looking for a nice atmosphere and good microbrew beer, you found the place, but eat before you come here.
Pros: Atmosphere, Beer
Cons: Parking, Service, Food