This is a strange little restaurant. It's mostly a bar, with a tiny stage for small performances, and the atmosphere is mostly only local-friendly. I felt very out of place as an "out-of-towner", because everyone else seemed to know each other by name. They specialize in pizzas, which are OK, but nothing special. They have other things (such as burgers, other sandwiches, soups, etc), but my main problem is that they don't serve fries. The prices are also on the steeper side of things ($6 for a tiny cup of french onion soup, $7 for a cheeseburger by itself), and it just didn't seem worth it to me.
The service was also mediocre, and we never got refills, which is always a big negative sign in my book. The parking was a bit cramped, as well. I wouldn't recommend this place to tourists.