I had been to this place once before, on a nice day where we could eat outside. This time the weather was cold & rainy, so it was eating inside. I sat in the bar area, I had good service from my waitress who answered my question on menu, both bar & food and gave me prompt service. Beer on tap was written on the board, w/ two prices. One for 5 oz size (sort of a taster) the other for full pint of beer. I heard wonderful things about their specials, but that was more food that I felt like eating. I ordered off their appetizers and soup menu. I tried the Judy's chicken livers ($5.50) & a cup of Tikka Masala Soup ($3.50). In general appetizers, run from $4-9 range, Soups & Salads from $3.5 (cup) to $9 range, entrees, (not specials) from $12 -20. Specials listed on the board were $20 & up. (It smelled great) Judy's chicken livers came swimming in a sauce that had me concerned. (I was expecting the sauce on the side). I was afraid that it would be overkill & I would lose the crunchiness of the livers as well as overpower the dish. But I was pleasantly surprised that the sauce gave a nice sweet/salty flavor to the appetizers. The Tikka Masala Soup was a decent portion for a cup. (Makes me wonder how big a bowl would have been.) If you like Indian food, I would recommend the soup as well. I did try the local brown ale, made in Columbia for $4 it was perfect for a rainy night. I did see another board that listed Whiskey (20 or so?) with prices, but only on the chalk board, I did not see them listed anywhere else on their bar menu. Decor I think leaves a lot to be desired. They have the faux "stone" I think to match the name of the restaurant, but I didn't think it was a particularly attractive looking place. In fact I am not sure what they were thinking. But you come here for the drinks & food. I am glad I had a chance to try this again.
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