A local haunt for hipsters, hippies & professionals alike with local history. Doesn't open til 4PM. Great food, drinks, atmosphere & long-time waitresses, but you definitely don't go there for quick, attentive service. Order drinks 2 at a time, a fishbowl or two of their many craft brews & request complimentary warm bread, butter & crackers to compensate. I like the sourdough bread sandwiches (veggie) on pita wraps by request & they also make a great black & bleu salmon (neither on menu). Always order the chilli mayo with their fries or sandwiches. Deluxe black bean nachos are also a fave - even a half order is huge. As far as daily specials, Meatloaf Monday is amazing - not your grandma's dish, unless your grandma is totally hip & awesome. Try the prime rib on Fridays, endless fish on Saturdays & seafood bar on the weekends. I never save enough room for dessert because I end up eating so much bread, but they have a great variety of cakes & cheesecakes that I hear are amazing. Plan to wait to be seated on the weekends, but usually easy to grab a booth on weeknights.
I have eaten here at least 20 times over the last few years and the food and service has been great! the bread sticks and olive tapanade start the meal one the right foot. their main menu has a great variety and the prices are fair.I like this reaturant more than any of the Casa's.
The VIP has a new grill cook, recently imported from Post #82, where she was a dish washer. Lets give the little lady a chance and see how it works, Good Luck Frances!!!