My wife and I ventured here for the 1st time, we were drawn in by the history of the building and the creative, extensive menu. Dinner time on a Friday night was a little busy, waited about 20 minutes to be seated. We were a bit thrown off trying to figure out parking and entrance as they have a large function hall around back which was hosting a gathering. For starters we both enjoyed a cup of Cape Cod Clam Chowder, which was great tasting, and a few beers. We both decided on The French Dip sandwich, excellent quality roast beef and the boursin cheese was out of this world delicious! We had never had that cheese before and are so happy to have been introduced to it! The lack of 5 stars is because the environment was way too loud for an enjoyable dinner, we could hardly hear each other speaking which was a little annoying. Would definitely go back for that French Dip sandwich again though!