I regret not having read the other reviews of this place before stopping. They have multiple listings on TripAdviser, but they are all consistently, and deservedly bad.
The prices are absurd for poor to mediocre food. At $10 & $12 each, the medium-rare "Angus" burgers we ordered would best be described as incinerated worcestershire-soaked meatballs. Both burgers were beyond well-done and tasted only of worcestershire sauce. They were mealy spheres that literally would have bounced if dropped. It took three bites of bun before I even hit meat. Our server didn't seem to think spherical burgers were unusual at all, nor did she seem surprised when we showed her how extremely overcooked they were.
We just wanted a quick Sunday lunch before our over-tired 3 year old took a nap, but this place has no children's menu. We ended up paying $8 for a side of mac & cheese and an apple juice. She wanted orange juice, but we were told they didn't even serve that. It's hard to imagine a full bar that doesn't have orange juice available. We paid $45.00 plus tip for two nearly inedible burgers with fries, one order of fried pickles, one side of mac & cheese, a soda, an iced tea, and an apple juice.
Our server was friendly enough, and I would have considered giving them another shot in the future if there had been even a single indication of the "passion" for cooking, or "impeccable culinary talents" touted on their website. The reviews and our own experience make it obvious, however, those descriptions are merely a facade. So again, don't waste your time and money.