It has changed a bit since our last visit, but it still is a good restaurant and a great place to eat out with young kids.
Live blues at one end, a play room that kept our grandchildren aged 5 and 8 occupied at the other, and good food and drink in between.
It's unpretentious, with modest prices yet the menu is adventurous. Much better food and service than at "family restaurants" or chains. We had a number of small plates and thought all were very good, especially the mussels and the beef tartare. (But, order the pickled vegetables only if you really are a pickling aficionado. Not everyone in our group was.)
This is a place I would happily return to again and again.