We had reservations at 7:00 on Saturday night, and when we ended up running late due to the storm that parked itself over the suburbs, the hostess was very accommodating. The place seemed pretty full but not packed or hectic - the bar looked to be the busiest area, which was unsurprising given that it was Game 5 of the Blackhawks game.
The food was absolutely fantastic! We had the crab cakes for an appetizer; I had the French Pork Chop and my boyfriend had the Parmesan-Crusted Chicken. We split the pound cake for dessert, and have literally zero complaints about the food - everything was cooked perfectly and absolutely delicious. Drinks-wise we both had flights: he had a Scotch flight (the Higher and Higher one, I believe) while I had a fruity red wine flight. Both were excellent; again, no complaints.
If I had to make one criticism, it was not the fault of the restaurant: there was a group in the back room that had a couple extremely loud children that kept running around the back dining room and screaming, while the family ignored them to hunt down random waiters to get more beer. Again, totally not the fault of Flight 112 whatsoever, but it was really distracting (and the reason why I rated the noise level at moderate - the previous time I was there, it was pretty quiet and relaxing).
One more thing: I LOVED the music! It may not necessarily be everyone's cup of tea (or glass of wine), but the alternative rock music from the 90s to now surprisingly fit the scene quite well. Keep it up!