Drove by a few times before realizing this was indeed the place where we were meeting friends. It was a relatively mild evening in early April, but the fact that the place was very busy and -GET THIS- did not have air conditioning (in Austin!) meant that I was hot and uncomfortable by the time we left. Our waitress was adorable and very attentive. There was a piano player who was good and it was a nice quirky touch, but the music combined with the burlap wall covering near where we were sitting meant that we kept having to raise our voices and repeat ourselves to have a conversation, which was a bit annoying.