The location is definitely reminiscent of an abandoned warehouse, and upon entry, all the tchotchke and memorabilia make it feel like you're seated in a reclaimed warehouse. It's decorated like the owners used whatever had been left there to make it a functional restaurant. The brass bed frames used as booth backs, the trolley car set with tables and chairs, the huge pipes throughout, the stained glass and old posters and ads... they can actually overshadow the food depending on what you get. (not the sangria though- you can't go wrong with the raspberry sangria)
The chicken tetrazini is yummy, as is the chicken parmesan and the manicotti. They have a good reputation for beer chili on spaghetti, too. But the raviolis are unimpressive. It's downtown toward the west side, parking should be adequate and there are lights in the parking lot. They also take reservations for large parties, and are very accommodating. Our server was excellent- quick, personable, and helpful.