The best way to describe this place is that it is a white table cloth meal in a laid back neighborhood restaurant kind of place. Think a neighborhood diner with 1st class servers and high end food. The building is sitting in a place you would never think a great food restaurant would sit ... but it does. The patrons are young professionals to successful, middle age couples. Some folks are dressed upscale casual while others would be in a pair of cargo shorts and a t-shirt. No teens or college age kids, but there was one family with a toddler and a baby. Not quite, so if you're looking for a romantic dinner, this is not it. Nor is it a bar as there were only 7 chairs at the bar. What this is, is a place with seriously good food. I wouldn't say it is overpriced at all; in fact, we had the chef's tasting menu plus the wine pairings and it was a total of only $140 plus tip ... and that was 7 courses and we were both stuffed. Reasonably priced but if you're expecting Longhorn's or O'Charley's prices, this is not for you. The decor was eclectic. The servers were exceptional and they were as unpretentious as the rest of the place. They knew the menu, how it was prepared, and how to make the service work. Evidently it is quite popular since my reservation was at 5:45pm and the place was already 3/4 full; by 6:15, it was packed. The few that tried to come in without reservations were told 45 minutes minimum (we were seated close to the hostess). The chef's menu was comparable to what I've had at some wonderful, very upscale places, and the wine pairings were done nicely. In fact, the wine list was quite good and the server even brought me the bottle of one of the wine pairings so I could take a picture, and I didn't even have he asked because he anticipated it. Rabbit, black bean soup, salad, elk sausage with spinach pasta, flank steak, and a cheese cake style dessert that I would kill for. This is a definite Do Again and can't say enough good about it.