Their happy hour menu has 2 beer selections for $3, $5 house red or white house wine, $4 wells and 1/2 priced apps everyday from 3-7pm. I was a little disappointed that once we got there all the apps weren't 1/2 priced, but most of them are around $5 so you can still get them and it won't break the happy hour bank. I really liked that they had a meat-free section for appetizers which included a giant bavarian pretzel, brussel sprouts, asparagus, cauliflower, etc. Great idea!!!!
Throughout the course of our evening we ordered the escargot (try it you'll like it!!), the giant pretzel, the asparagus, and the brussel sprouts. I thought everything was delicious, although the sauce that accompanied the asparagus was a little heavy and congealed quickly....not appealing. My favorites were the escargot which sat on top of a delicious creamy puree (maybe artichoke?) and the brussel sprouts were glazed in honey mustard and sprinkled with parmesan cheese.
The house white and reds were pretty good actually, and my husband was impressed with their beer list, being more of a beer connoisseur.
It's not a huge place so there is limited inside seating. There are booths/tables behind the bar and a couple lounge areas as you first walk in. There is also an outdoor patio seating area, but somehow with the doors open you get the waft of cigarette smoke coming inside which I didn't like.
The decor is dim lighting, lots of wooden accents to give it that monastery feel. There was a super cool sink in the ladies room...just had to mention that.
Service was friendly and attentive and overall everyone seemed to have a great attitude.