First and foremost, most important to me, Woody, our server, was excellent.
The decor seems uncompleted but is bright and inviting. Parking can be a problem as the meters in front are not working correctly and the parking on the south side, without meters, is usually full. There is a free parking lot in the back of the restaurant but when we arrived it was flooded.
We were there at lunchtime and I don't know if they offer the dinner menu during the afternoon though the to-go menu does state 'deli hours and bistro hours'. The menu we did see is varied from deli sandwiches to a Cuban sandwich to soups and assorted platters.
We both had the Kraft Bomber sandwich (Pastrami, Corned Beef, Swiss Cheese, Russian dressing, coleslaw, $15.75 each) with a choice of sides being coleslaw, potato salad or macaroni salad and a pickle and, which is rare, we both ordered the same side. Allen had a diet soda ($2.75) while I stuck to water.
The macaroni was dry but, even more important, served in a small cup, which resulted in it winding up all over the under-platter it was served on. It should either be served in a bigger monkey dish and/or, even better, with a spoon.
The filling of the sandwich was excellent but disappointing was the very hard crust on the rye bread.
With tax and tip lunch ran a little more than $20 each.