Lovely for lunch.
This is a comfortable converted home, with the dining areas in the former living and dining rooms, with the furniture grouped around the fireplace (usually lit) and set in bay windows, etc. There is a nice, small bar, too. It's casual and the chairs are upholstered wing chairs and side chairs. I take my mom or other female friends there for lunch at least once a month. The menu is mainly soups, salads and sandwiches (French Dip, Reuben, turkey, etc.) with what I think of as "homestyle" desserts: bread pudding, strawberry shortcake, chocolate layer cake. Luncheon entrees will cost $8 - $10, plus your beverage. While the food is not exceptional, it is consistenly good and the service is friendly and attentive. I would suggest reservations for parties of more than 4.