This is a pretty cool place. I only sat at the bar and I didn't get a chance to look around the entire restaurant. It's on the smaller side, and is probably pretty crowded on the weekends. I was there around 9:30 on a Friday but was able to get a spot at the bar with a couple friends. There is a TV at the bar as well. Bartenders seemed knowledgeable.
There were about 10 taps along with a couple fridges full of beer from around the world. They had a few local selections which is great, especially since people in WV seem to know how to brew their beer. I had a Coffee Stout from Bridge Brew Works and it was fantastic. They also let me buy a couple bottles out of the fridge that I was able to take home.
The specialty of this place is pizza as implied by the name. Didn't get a chance to look at the menu, but the one on the website shows an okay variety, mostly Italian from my quick glance.
The parking is probably just standard city parking, I'm not aware of any public transit.