I've been going to the Honey Bear bakery at Third Place Books since it opened. Last night a friend suggested we try their new pub, which opened a couple months ago.
The Pub is small - it's in the lower level of the store, has a low ceiling and not a lot of space. There are a few tables, and seating at the bar for 6-7 people. There's a bookshelf across the bar, and you're welcome to grab books or magazines from the store to look at.
There are 7-8 beers on tap, and a few in bottles. It's a nicely varied selection. The price is a little high, $4+ per pint. They also pour a couple wines. The food menu is small, and basically what you get from Honey Bear. It's very good. And if you don't see something on the menu but you know it's being served upstairs ask and you shall receive.
Despite being small it isn't crowded and isn't loud. We could talk in normal voices without being drowned out by music or other conversations. It felt litke an understated neighborhood place rather than a destination.
If you're in the neighborhood check it out.