Atmosphere: There's a lot more going on here than most sports bars, evening events like karaoke, comedy night and poker tournaments. Great place to meet up with friends, but not as family-friendly as the previous tenant (Uno's). Actually watching sports is difficult, since the space is not very open and few tables give a good TV view.
Food: As good as most sports places, sometimes better. The 4-slider sampler was great, plenty of fillings for the sandwiches, and the BBQ, chicken salad and tuna salad had a bit of zest. I like the way they lay out the nachos, so you get all the toppings on each and don't end up with a batch of soggy chips buried beneath chili. Fairly broad menu includes pizza, Stromboli, and shrimp, so everyone can find something appealing.
Service: Above average. Greeted and seated and initial drink orders right away, servers checked back often and kept our glasses filled.
Overall, a fun place for lunch or a couple of hours with friends.