Entry is into a long narrow room with a good size bar and kitchen along one side and table seating in the remaining area. There is also a loft area upstairs the provides additional seating with views out to the harbor and down into the brew room. When I visited, there were 12 house brews on the tap list plus one local seasonal that wasn't. Unfortunately not all of the house brews are always available (at least 2 were out when we asked) but there are several guest beers to back fill the empty taps. I enjoyed both the Cane Fire Red and the Pakala Porter. The food menu includes a good selection of pupus, salads, sandwiches, and entrees; many with a local/tropical flair. There is parking along the road right out front.