The very old wooden structure is very tastefully designed and the food and service have gotten even better over the years. The menu is reasonably priced for the quality and the wine prices are noticeably less than we have experienced in hundreds of restaurants.
There were two acceptable Chardonnays at $21 a bottle and Kendall Jackson at $27 or $28 (sorry I don't remember.
Even when full, it is not too noisy so conversation is easy.
My wife and I both loved the Shrimp Diane.
One problem (by no means major): the place is difficult to find and the brick building is not well lighted on the outside. You can just keep an eye out for the cars in the parking lot right up close to the road on its west side.