Was in the area as we are building a house. Wife and I had dinner there. Sat outside on the patio, and views were beautiful. Inside decor is a mixture of old school lodge meets sports bar. Servers take the time to ask what your daily beer was, then suggested their beers to try. Had the Vienna Lager and Maibec, both were 1st class beers. The wife had the garlic-herbed chicken with garlic-chedder empanadas stuffed with braised kale, and a bean succotash. Sounds weird but they were excellent. I had the spring gnocchi with asparagus, carrots and artichoke hearts in a cream sauce. Also outstanding. We also had the small side salads, with fresh spinach, roasted tomatoes, and boursin cheese. Both the meals and salads had very generous portions. The meals were large enough that with the salads, we could had split one and have more than enough. we have heard that weekend nights can be crowded, but a Thursday evening was busy but not crowded.