We sat there for several minutes before anyone approached us - our server was eating at a nearby table (one of the two occupied tables turned out to be staff) and didn't want to interact with us until she'd finished her lunch.
The beer list is huge, one of the largest I have seen, and the coolers in the back were filled with beers. I saw many I like but I opted not to get a beer on this day.
I didn't take photos of anyone else's food. There wasn't any need. Rick had a Cuban sandwich that he ate but said nothing in praise of. (It looked like the driest Cuban sandwich I have ever seen.) Kathy had a Caesar salad. Elizabeth had fish & chips that I tried; they were basically small pieces of white fish encased the the single crispiest batter I have ever encountered. (It was literally not possible to cut into it with a fork.)
The food at Downtown Bar & Grill reminded me of Denny's cuisine at three times the price. Our waitress was friendly when she finally finished her food and approached us, but at one point I asked the bartender if I could get change for a twenty (to leave a tip) and she wordlessly grabbed my bill and then threw the change on the bar.
There are plenty of places in Cobble Hill where the prices are cheaper and the food and service is better. We should have just waited at Van Horn.