We came here one night and were seated in the basement at a sort of rough hewn table. Although not the greatest (but maybe authentic), still no problem because we explored the whole place. Lots of stairs, but all quite beautiful. Although a reproduction of the building that earlier burned down, it definitely has the feel of the original to a T. Nice accommodations. Food took a while to get served to us, but it was definitely good tasting and theoretically authentic to the period. Our waitress was friendly/helpful, dressed in period garb. We didn't see any ghosts or supernatural activity, but it is said to be haunted by a bride to be who died in the aforementioned fire, and a dueling waiter, adding some mystique to the place.
The best: The building itself is really quite lovely. Good ambiance in the place.
The worst: Food takes a while and is tourist expensive. Come prepared to spend.
All in all, a nice night out with family, good food, and some history to boot! Recommended at least once!