At the table, water was served in what appeared to be an old vodka bottle. That was cool. The waiter was pretty attentive, but obviously he had lots of tables in his section because the service was not real quick before we could order and getting refills of water took a while. But those are minor complaints. It really was a fun atmosphere. AJ is on a gluten free diet, and the waiter immediately brought him a gluten free menu. I ordered an appetizer of fried cheese (in honor of my Wisconsin friends) and AJ (originally from Chicago) ordered a Chicago-style hotdog without a bun as his appetizer. It came with all the genuine fixin’s including the green relish, tomato slices, cucumbers, pickle slice, sport peppers, onions and celery salt (all in little side dishes for his gluten free dog). The fried cheese was lightly breaded mozzarella, served with a marinara sauce. Kind of like a mozzarella stick, but better. While it was not what I expected (I’m not sure what I thought it was going to be), it was quite good.