The outside of the building wasn't particularly inviting, but since I was by myself and not trying to impress anyone, I ventured in. The furniture was serviceable, but not at all upscale. I was warmly greeted, given a menu and a glass of water WITH ice, and so I studied the menu. It quickly became obvious that this was NOT another greasy spoon serving burgers. I asked for the "Williamsburg", with a side of leek soup. Smoked brisket, (in house) barbeque sauce, swiss cheese nicely melted, and a "first-prize" onion ring. On a decent open bun. Now this is how beef brisket ought to taste - very flavourful, and oh so tender! And the soup was flawless.
The food was indeed impressive, and I was indeed impressed!
After eating, I expressed my compliments, and confessed to the waitress; I was checking their quality to determine if I should bring my motorcycle group for lunch in August. And I will!!!