I recently visited this place for the first time to see a jazz show by a couple of my very talented friends. I wasn't expecting it to be so small (there are only a handful of tables and booths, and not really room for a 4-person band), but it makes up for it with coziness and that untouched-innocence of a non-Starbucks atmosphere.
Overall, the ambience is very relaxed and quiet, and there are even various home-made gifts you can buy (such as goat-milk soaps--which are reasonable-- and purses, which are crazy expensive!), so it's fun to just look around and take everything in.
However...as neat as this place is, it is rather expensive. Really. The food is very overpriced, and it's not spectacular. I would recommend visiting to maybe see a show, have some coffee, or a soda. It's not a great place to grab a meal.