Visited this venue on 19th and 22nd July 2011. Spacious narrow corner pub and restaurant on the edge of "Little Italy" area of downtown Manhattan. Staff are mostly very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. 14 taps dispense a varied range of lagers, IPAs, cream ales and occasionally a stout. All the beers I had on these visits were in good condition. One word of warning: Only full pints are served - halves are not available at this establishment. In addition to the beer selection is a good cocktail range and winelist. Foodwise I could only comment on the lunch menu which I sampled on the 22nd. The burger was delicious, fresh and filling. I recommend the "Swiss" cheese option. Plenty of other reasonably-priced options available on the menu. Music was sourced from staff iPods and on both visits drinker’s ears were treated to a blend of pop, ballads, country and 60s grooves. I would say they got it just right with the music. Venue divided into distinct drinking areas, a spacious area near the bar and a raised mezanine which looked snug and cosy. Look for artefacts like bicycles adorning the place. I loved it.