My daughter and I visited on a weekday evening. While we were on the early side, we were surprised to be the first and only guests. From the outside the restaurant looks like a house, and the front rooms offer seating for 8-10 tables each. The back contains a bar area with a television and wood floor. There was enough separation and music in the from dining area (Sinatra and the like) to feel like a private dining room.
We ordered the lamb, which came with an array of vegetables. Everything was delicious and not overcooked; the food came out warm and not steaming. The ice cream and brownie was really a nice touch for dessert. Pricing (entrees in the upper teens and 20's) was reasonable considering the value. Service was attentive and professional without being fussy.
Parking on-street is limited, and we opted for the paid lot 2 blocks east on Rosemary Street, an easy 5-minute walk. While the seating could be more comfortable, the overall experience was a good one, and I look forward to returning. I expect it to be busier next time!