We had eaten once before at this restaurant, enjoyed it, and decided to return for a birthday dinner. We went on a Monday night arriving just after they opened at five. There was one other table occupied when we got there and more people arrived soon after. We were seated immediately and our server pointed out the warm bread and olive oil mix on the table near the door. We both had a shrimp and pasta dish which was very good with lots of shrimp. At the bread bar, there is also shredded cheese, which is good because we both like quite a bit of cheese on our pasta. My husband also ordered a bowl of seafood chowder, which the server forgot. That was the only issue we had with the meal. The food is good (as it is at all of the Common Man Restaurants), and the prices are reasonable. We like this restaurant because it is in a real farmhouse so has lots of atmosphere.