Fork. The space is large and divided into two rooms with a rustic wooden interior and a large bar. There is also a nice sized patio. In the main room their were several round booths with leather seats in addition to round stand alone tables. In the second room, where we sat, were two banquettes on opposite walls with large tables. The brunch menu at Fork has many of the standards, although I was a little surprised that the sweet side was a little sparse. We did order doughnut holes to start, but one of my friends had to point it out on the menu. They were light yeast doughnut holes covered in powdered sugar with a slightly crisp outer crust. Overall, the table liked them, I will say though, that I found them a little doughy.