Take a look around McGraw's cozy, neighborhood space and get a feel for the room. Expect 16 seats at the bar (the lower half of the bar resembles a wine rack, which is appropriate), two 8-foot communal tables, five two-top tables and then seating for around 16 on the sidewalk patio.
The restaurant's name is represented by a metal ampersand art piece greeting guests on the street, while another piece, this time painted on wood, is hung against a wall to the side of the bar. The large picture window in the front of the restaurant brings in plenty of natural light to the room which features contrasting woods for maximum effect.
You've already seen chef Tim Havidic's menu and today you can see the entire restaurant in person.