This place is like stepping back in time to a World War Two NCO club, which is what it used to be I think. There are lots of comments about the food not being up to par but lately and I mean since at least the summer the food has been excellent.
I've had issues with the food in the past and it seems like they've really turned the corner now. Today I had the soup du jour which was a rustic eggplant and chickpea concoction with tomatoes and onion that just nailed it for a fall dish.
My wife had a fried talapia sandwich that she reports was fried to perfection and I noticed that the portion of talapia was very sizable.
But the highlight is the patio where on sunny days it's hard to beat. And if you enjoy planes then it's even better. To some this is a detriment and you should stay away from here.
Before we would come here knowing not to expect much from the food but just to sit and enjoy an afternoon with a beer, but now the food really makes it worth the trip.
The beer could be a little colder and they tend to bring it in cups unless you ask them for a glass but it's really a neat little hidden gem.