We had a party of 5. Now the location of this restaurant was so interesting since it is a building that used to construct horse carriages. Wall are stone, lots of really old beautiful wood, comfortable room though lighting was lacking (candles would have helped read the menu) but service was GREAT. Severla of our dishes did arrive rather dry: the corned beef sandwich Reuben and the veggie burger. The spinach dip was really good but really small serving and another less heavy bread would have been a better scooping option. Wished it would have been served with some carrot sticks and perhaps crispy pita chips. Mac and Cheese was too peppery having been made with pepper jack cheese. Since many at the table didn't like that peppery taste I think a really good dish was overpowered by the pepper jack. I think this is a good place to eat but feel that food preparation should be more careful to avoid over cooking the food. Cheesecakes were fabulous and molten choc cake was OK as we had way too much whipped cream plated with the vanilla icecream. Presentation for that dish could be improved. My Black and Tan beer was perfectly served. We liked this place and will be back to try different dishes.