Has a rotating tap list of about 10 common craft selections - some regionals such as Swamp Head and Lazy Magnolia. A half dozen or so bombers on the bottle list worth pondering and a solid wine selection. A solid tapas-like menu is the draw here with sushi available from Kitcho next door. We had the Italian plate, Shrimp and grits and a Spider Roll (almost got it right the 2nd time around). Service leaves a lot to be desired - I think every waitress on duty that night stopped by our table and it was hit and miss as far as getting things right. Not a great first impression. May or may not try again.