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- Fourteen beers on tap, a long list of wines by the glass and a nicely varied list of house cocktails will please almost everyone--but don't look for any happy hour pricing.
- The big communal table is a friendly after-work stop; upstairs offers a bit more privacy for a longer meal or a larger group.
- The menu is slanted heavily toward meat and cheese, making it a tough choice for vegetarians and nearly impossible for vegans.
- Street parking can be hard to find; the closest garage is at Harvard Market, entrance on Broadway between Pike and Union.