The rough-and-tumble interior lets you know that this ainít no place for snobs. Walls are covered with bizarre and eclectic art, some of which is for sale. Servers are alert, friendly and competent. (Their wi-fi, though, may need a bit of work.) I had a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, which I found quite tasty and well-done. Their advertising says they specialize in "gastropunk" cuisine, and if that is half as good as what I put away, it must be darned good, a couple cuts above typical bar fare. Drink prices are not the most reasonable, but they are not outrageous either. This place is a must more for the ambiance than the selection.