The lightening in this place is very dim, but aren't a lot of bars? The menu has a surprising number of choices, much more than any other food serving bar. It's more like a cafe. I've heard great reviews about their fish tacos, but none of the four of us was up to battered food at lunch. I settled for the Storm Burger with a handmade hamburger topped with grilled mushrooms and melted cheese with sweet potato fries, and was pleasantly surprised. Everything tasted fresh, not too salty and low on the grease. My husband had the Dillian's Cheese burger and onion rings, both of which were average tasting. Both the fries and rings were pretty dull and limp.
We didn't drink any alcohol, so cannot attest to that, but the service was good with little wait time. Try it out.