I had the beef brisket sandwich - served on french - and sporting a sweet, as opposed to vinegary, barbecue sauce. Thankfully, it wasn't too tomato-ey.
Sadly, the bottom slice of the french bread was a bit soggy. I'm sure it couldn't be helped, with the sauce and all.
Very nice. The meat was juicy but not drowned in the sauce. There was the merest dab of coleslaw, otherwise my accompaniment was a side of fries. The sandwich was about $11, fries extra.
My lunch companion had a salad and the oxtail ravioli topped with sauteed kale or something - he liked it, but there appeared to be more dough in the ravioli than filling. I think the appetizer-sized order of ravioli was only about $8.
Not a bad lunch but not as good as Herbsaint.