The setting is eclectic, with rotating artwork and chandeliers and cozy velour furniture, and the mood is darkly inviting. And the food is no afterthought: the cheese board rivals any upscale restaurant in town, and at a fourth of the cost; the nachos are great, served with beans, an abundance of cheese, and fiery grilled jalapeños; and sandwiches run the gamut from chickpea salad to prosciutto and cranberry with herbed goat cheese.