We had a great lunch trying a few of the dishes, including the fried calamari, the lamb chops and the tuna carpaccio. The cocktails were good; the Bloody Mary was excellent but the strawberry daiquiri was too sweet. There was a great selection of wines by the glass. The helper was new but enthusiastic and helpful. The restaurant downstairs is small with a tight seating arrangement but it wasn't full. The upstairs section seemed to lack as much atmosphere as downstairs. We lost our wallet under the table and John, the manager?, went to a lot of trouble to track us down in order to return it.
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