Visited on the eve of hurricane Sandy, this was really the only place open in town so used it to escape the rain.
First impressions on entering, not good, dark and depressing with stale odour and the dreaded plastic fabric table cloths. Luckily we were brave and ventured right out back to the bar where we were welcomed warmly.
We opted to sit up at the bar with our young daughter where we enjoyed a long leisurely lunch. My wife enjoyed her once a year glass of Guinness and I appreciated the selection of ales on offer.
The gentleman being the bar was an excellent reconteur and kept us amused and we also felt privileged listening the local chat of other guests. As a Brit it's always interesting to see how 'pubs' are interpreted by other nations!
In summary we enjoyed, good food if a little over priced, excellent selection of ales and good atmosphere but head to the bar! (No doubt the terrace garden would be good too in mild weather)
The front restaurant area needs attention to make more appealing.