Old crates are used to make the tables, used wine bottles now used for serving water to diners, and they even have a mini vineyard where they're trying to grow grapes at the entrance. Unfortunately, I didn't see any though.
I went for lunch where they have a typical American cafe menu but spruced up to have modern influences from other lands, with tuna spring rolls and tapas goat and honey.
We were in a hurry so I chose the Pizza Bianca with Prosciutto, without the garlic. But the rest of the mozarella, fontina, parmesan and balsamic were a nice combination against the salty prosciutto. My only complaint was that the pizza base was a little greasy and burnt but if you like it rustic, you would be happy.
The dinner menu is a lot more bistro like with classics like Steak Frites and sounds enticing enough for a second visit. Perhaps on my next visit in June..