It looks like a neigbhourhood bar but eats like a good restaurant. It's not snooty fine dining but the food was inventive and tasty. They do some Sunday night main course specials at $15 and the chef whips up potatoes with a butter so rich you would swear they contained cheese. We sat in a booth in the bar area which is informal but they dressed up the booth with white table cloth and cloth napkin service so it's quite pleasant. An appetizer, a salad, three glasses of wine, two mains, one dessert and two coffees was $120.00 all inclusive of taxes and tip. We enjoyed the food so much we decided to go back for lunch! Unfortunately, they don't serve lunch so, while we found a spot elsewhere in the same area, (Canton,) it paled in comparison.