Tried it out Tuesday night, third night of business.
First, as has been commented on, this is 95% the same as Brasserie V. Not a bad thing, just sayin'.
Service: Slow, slow, slow, slow. Polite and nice young lady was in way over her head. They will fix this, you can't let drinks sit empty, or tables not turn over quickly as people walk in and then leave.
Drinks: Really nice wine menu and great beer menu, crazy-ass specialty drink menu. No explanations of the beer ala Brasserie V which I kind of missed. The three best craft brews in WI are all represented: Ale Asylum, Central Waters, Lake Louie. Unfortunately with the Belgians on tap it may be hard to get to them.
Food: House salad is a little overpriced at $6, although it is wonderful. The almond stuffed, bacon wrapped figs with a small serving of greens is the same price and were amazing.
The steak/frites at Brasserie V was the best meal in town and it will be here as well. Waitress forgot the aioli, and the flatiron was very undercooked (could still see marbling in center) but it was third night, they were swamped and at medium rare it will be perfect. The hyper-seasoning of the steak combined with the searing, the pan sauce, and the roast on the aspargus is worthy of a /homergargle.
Once the kinks get worked out this will be a once-a-week place to eat, at least.
RIP Brasserie V