A small restaurant with about 9 tables inside and 5 outside. We ate outside, which is quite a busy street, but if you want delicious, interesting food, give Blue Collar a try. We split a brisket sandwich, which came with 2 halves and 2 potato pancakes (latkes). Both were out of this world. Fine, lean brisket with an amazing horseradish dipping sauce. The latkes came with an apple sauce that didn't add to a fabulous pancake. Enough for a light lunch. But we also had Brussesl sprouts, which I have made at home. These were slightly overdone, but still made the veggie that I done really care for-something I can care for a lot.
Terrific and friendly service made a eat-and-run lunch well worth the visit.