The website associated with the restaurant gives a false impression of what the restaurant will be like. They may not actually be associated, even. We went there on a Friday to eat and get some of the pie that gets talked up on their website. The bar area takes up a huge portion of the restaurant -- and it was practically not being used. The dining area was so small that we we're told we'd be waiting about 20 minutes at 7 at night in a town of 1,200 people. It's dark, dingy, and run-down. Then we decide that maybe we'll just get a piece of pie and go to Subway. The woman tells us that they ""don't have pie."" What? So I finally say, ""Well, we heard that you have really good pie."" And then she says that that's just something they have during the week (and this was a Friday, which IS during the week) and it's really just a complementary/convenience thing. Again...what?
So don't let the website fool you.
Cons: NO PIE; the bar area is bigger than the seating area