Old Oak Tap for brunch and to check it out. Located in West Town, it is in an area that, while on a main road, is just starting to happen. It has a stone half-wall on either side of the entrance enclosing a large patio. The front wall of the restaurant can be opened in good weather and, as the weather was nice when I went, it was open, making the main restaurant an extension of the patio. The space has high ceilings so it feels very open, especially with the open front wall. The space has a very rustic look, with light green walls and a lot of wood decoration. There is stone fireplace off to one side. The floors are hardwood and the lights are mounted on hanging wagon wheels, like a rustic chandelier, although with all of the natural light from the open front, they really weren't necessary. The space had a feeling of a lodge. There was a large bar at the back of the room which was where I sat. I started things off with a breakfast cocktail while I perused the large brunch menu. I ordered a Pimm's Cup with Pimm's #1, Cucumber, Lemon, Angustura Bitters, and Ginger Ale. Pimm's #1 is a gin based tonic with fruits and spices and, while the flavor is strong and herbal, it is very refreshing and went well with the strong ginger ale with which it was served.