Stopped in last night with a couple friends for some pints and sandwiches. I really liked the place (One Kendall) - the porter was dark and tasty and the abbey pale ales had just the right amount of lingering hoppy aftertaste. Wasn't super hungry, although the menu looked pretty adventurous for a brew pub (note link below), so I went with the blackened chicken sandwich with fries. The blackening spices were perfectly spicy, a somewhat hot aftertaste but nothing too off-putting. The bartender said if it wasn't hot enough, they had a spice bar which looked to have various hot sauces as well as dry spices. Fries were fries. Report from one of my friends was that the bacon cheeseburger was juicy and delicious as well. As were their stouts. I'll return some time soon to try the reasonably priced entress.
Also, the bartender was very knowledgeable about the beers on tap for the night (8-9 for season) and they had a barleywine (for anyone interested, not my thing).