Brass chandeliers, live music, and ukrainian perogies.
The first impression that you get when you walk in is mixed - there are too many pool tables and not enough dining tables. Almost like eating at the Horseshoe. Once you sit down though, you're hooked. The staff is very friendly but not in your face.
The food may take a while to arrive, and a lot of the menu items may not be available, but what is available is worth the wait.
The best thing on the menu is the "Varenyky" (Ukrainian perogies - the waitresses don't care what you call them, but the owner is Ukrainian and if you ask him for perogies he gets angry). They come sauteed, with bacon bits, sauteed onions and sour cream. Servings of 6 or 12, and there are 3 types available.
The food is made when you order, not par cooked and re-heated, and if you sit at the bar you can actually see them make it.
The best thing is that when you're finished eating and don't order anything else, nobody shoves a bill in your face and prompts you to leave - you're welcome to finish your beer at your pace, then ask for the bill or mosey on to the bar to pay up.
One draw back - the place is cash only.