This place has a lot going for it. It has a good, casual atmosphere, though the food and drinks are just a little pricey considering the solid but unexceptional quality. In the past, though, I've gone out of my way and paid a little more to eat here because the manager allowed me to have dinner on their open patio while my dog hung around on a very short leash at a table away from other diners; I enjoy walking him at Village Point, and it was great that we could stop here. The last couple of times I've been by, however, we were turned away by the young waitstaff. That's taken away my motivation to eat there. That, and the food doesn't really sit well with me. I might be back, but I kind of doubt it.