Stopped here today and had a Grand Teton Double Vision Doppelbock. It was on the main drag of downtown La Grange, near the movie theater and across from Prasino.
Corner location, not a huge place but not especially cozy. Modern "gastropub" vibe, a step up from typical suburban bars. Dark interior colors, slate blue walls and dark brown wood wainscoting. Modern exposed fixtures, dark wood tables, a trio of high tables perpendicular to the bar, with two side areas with two/four tops. Crowd was diverse, there were families, a pair of old ladies, and sports fans at the bar. Several flat screens around the place.
Service was quick and friendly. The hostess said the drafts were $5 today (Sunday) but the waitress said it only applied to drafts that were priced less than $8. Flatbreads were made from scratch, so they informed us it would take 20 min. to prepare.
Beer selection was good, apparently they had an event a week ago and had Cherry Rye on tap. They update on beer menus, see link above if you managed to read this far. List is broken out by style which was nice.
Food was pretty good, the sliders were ok and the french onion ale soup was tasty. Flatbread was ok, kind of doughy. Quinoa was an appetizer served cold in a cup, seemed to be better suited as a side dish. Dinner for 2 was around $20 a person.
Overall a good option in La Grange, noticed a BBQ spot down the street that i'll check out next time when in the area.