We found this place on a rainy night and were pleasantly surprised by the interior. We chose to sit "in the basement" - getting down the stairs was an adventure, but then we were treated to a private room in the front for the 4 of us. The place was pretty busy for a weeknight. We were able to order with limited difficulty and the appetizers and game entrees were really good. We had bison and venison steak and enjoyed them. Typical Eastern European veggies and beer is better than the wine. The history of the house as a glass blowers workshop, store and house was interesting, as we had taken the Jewish tour in the afternoon and this place is in the middle of the originally Jewish area. Glad we chose this for our one dinner out.