Interior is not too bright, not too dim - and best of all, itís strictly non-smoking. It has the feel of a genuine Irish bar, still a little shiny but itís less than a year old so it doesnít have that lived-in and loved feel yet. Bartender is alert and helpful, and seems to be rather knowledgeable. Since itís an Irish style pub the emphasis is on Guinness and Harp, but they have plenty of rotating taps with craft brews. Food is above average. There are quite a few TVs, but they donít distract. Music is at a level that wonít interfere with conversation. It has plenty of booths and tables as well as a fairly long bar, so it can accommodate groups of many sizes. Broken-up interior gives an intimate, cozy feel wherever you sit. I hope this place succeeds.