It was Sunday and not much was open and I was hungry. This is or appears to be a very old bar/restaurant with lots of detailed wood. Better lit, it might to really grand [although it did not seem very clean]. Ate at the bar because there was nobody in the restaurant. Nice selection of beer on tap, and a couple of colorful and friendly drunks on hand.
The menu is long but without anything really unique or even tasty sounding. Nothing memorable about the food.
I'm guessing because of the size and location that it does better during the week than on a rainy Sunday but a bigger crowd wouldn't help this place. I was surprised to learn this was a franchise.