We’ve gone twice now with our little guy, once for brunch and once for dinner. Staff is very friendly and seem to like children. For the adults, the beer list is excellent and extensive. The food is mostly great across the board - a couple of my sausages were raw in the middle when we went for brunch, and the soft pretzel that we got with dinner was a little stale. But everything else was delicious. It’s also a little expensive, and the food is more “grown-up” in general. Our son was happy eating pieces of pretzel, cherry tomatoes that came with the squash fritters, and the house-made potato chips that came with our sandwiches.