We ate at Shandie's because it was the first nice-looking restaurant we saw, and it was wonderful. It has a pub-type atmosphere, located in an old brick building and fairly noisy. But we were seated in a little back nook which was very nice. The menu was innovative. I had pecan-crusted chicken breasts with maple sauce, accompanied by vegetable couscous and orange grilled asparagus. It was all delicious, except they put red beans in the "vegetable" couscous, which I would have left out. My husband had a Shandie burger, which he really enjoyed. I would definitely return. It would be fine for families.