Went there with some friends and we all found the place tasty! We started out with some dry, but smooth prosecco that tasted great with the complimentary bread and ?white bean spread. We shared some appetizers: fried clams-they were succulent and juicy and the crust was crunchy- not too oily. Personally, I hardly ever eat fried foods so for me to like fried anything, it has to be well prepared. Grilled yellow and green sliced zucchini with feta cheese-perfectly salted and grilled, crumbles of feta and drizzled with olive oil. Good thing it was a large serving- it was delicious! I almost ate the entire dish. We also ordered the brussel sprouts and mac and cheese. The brussel sprouts were sauteed with bacon ahd had this smoky, sweet flavor that had the skeptics at the table nodding happily. Someone else ordered the mac and cheese-I usually wouldn't order this but it had this rich cheese, ?bechamel sauce with a browned crust of (some kind of) sharp cheese on top. We all loved this. I had the grilled trout stuffed with herbs-it was delicate in texture and flavor. Others had the hamburger and roasted chicken. I didn't try the hamburger but the chicken was excellent-tender, juicy and full of flavor. By the time we ordered dessert, we were all pretty stuffed-the portions are plentiful. I had the apple pie with caramel ice cream. The pie was decent but the caramel ice cream is amazing!-creamy with intense caramel flavor. One area of disappointment, the coffee is served french press and had bits of grinds in it.... The vibe was definitely low key, which I like. The wait staff were sans attitude and nice. The interiors are a bit shabby-like the whole shabby-chic thing but maybe a coat of paint... Overall, we all had a great time.