Hubby and I stopped by on a Saturday afternoon for lunch and a brew. Porter was great as well as the Red Ale. Interesting menu that was hard to choose from, including Hungarian goulash, lobster mac 'n cheese and jambalaya. They also offer several interesting pizzas. We chose the salmon avocado sandwich and fish tacos. Both were very good. The fish tacos came "fajita style" with well-seasoned fish and toppings to make your own. Our only complaint was that the cabbage topping was chopped, rather than shredded (making it harder to mound it on the taco) and was not seasoned (would have been better with a little lime and salt dressing). The salmon on the sandwich was tasty, although it might have benefited from a sauce. The sweet potato fries were just a touch greasy. Having said all this, it was still a pretty good lunch. Our server, Elyssa, was exceptional and made great recommendations. The place was pretty quiet when we were there, but it is big and cavernous and we could see where it could get pretty busy and pretty loud.