I have now eater here three times and have had very good food each time and perfectly satisfactory service each time. The menu changes regularly, but chicken under a brick and Coq au vin have been delicious. There is a variety on the menu so that folks at the bar can have smaller, less expensive items, with full blown entrees available, too. The place can get noisy next to the bar, so if you want to talk or have a more romantic evening, one of the rooms away from the bar is a better choice. Nice range of beers available, and a reasonable wine list with good choices. The wood burning fire and wood panelling makes for a rustic atmosphere, but it can be a bit chilly next to the front windows. All in all I have found it to be a comfortable restaurant that might become my go-to place for a relaxing evening out. There are lots of things on the menu that I still want to try.