The decor is quite different with hanging silver spheres and recessed lighting - so I will label it as eclectic. The restaurant is owned by Scott & Kathy Plath - the waitress informed me that it is their second regionally successful restaurant venture, the first being Cobblestones of Lowell. Their hope is to provide the local community a progressive, quality and dynamic "urban dining experience" (see Owner & Chef tab on their website - http://www.moonstones110.com). For starters, we had the pita with hummus and marinated olives - and the crostini with a tomato relish. Both were very good. For main course, I was too tired this night to try multiple tapas so I went with the sesame soy-lacquered salmon served over baby bok choy accompanied with crispy steamed rice (basically steamed rice in an egg roll wrapper). It was prepared well and had great taste. This is a great restaurant to try if you are in the area - the service was excellent (thanks Cheryl).