I drove by this place for years without trying it, mainly because I am an internet snob who doesn't waste his time going into places unless I can check out their beer selection online. Happened to be walking by there today when lo and behold I saw a Green Flash West Coast IPA tap handle through the window. The place was jammed with serious lunchtime regulars who were all on a first name with one another and the barmaid -- this is always a good sign.
22 taps, all but 5 craft brews or imports. The IPA was 22 oz going for $5 (pints for $4.00) so I went big of course. Fresh and clean, properly drawn. A patron told me the Green Flash had just replaced the Firestone Union Jack, another very nice IPA.
Good draft microbrew is very tough to find on the SF Peninsula (unlike the City, the East Bay, and the North Bay). This is the best tap selection between SF and Palo Alto I've found to date.
The burgers were freakin huge too. And the barmaid was great.