Had lunch there this weekend, and was reminded how great a spot it is. Beef was excellent, brabant potatoes to die for. But it's about more than the food--the place is spotless, despite its advanced age, and the proprietor and his wife were staffing the dining room themselves. I love the varnished woodwork, the octagonal tile floor, the groovy round-topped side door with the round window, the back-bar's art deco detailing. Do yourself a favor, and go there soon. And sit in one of those curtained booths and pretend it's 1940 (or your preferred year).