This place has a lot of charm and the food is very good. The menu is quite varied, so it can accommodate all types of tastes. The downstairs bar area is very crowded on a Saturday night, but it has a terrific (almost colonial) feel to it. The dining upstairs is quieter, with great lighting and many tables looking out the windows onto the busy street below. The service was a little slow but the servers were nice and friendly. I had French onion soup, a cheeseburger (cooked perfectly), and French fries; all were delicious. Parking is difficult.