This much more deserving of the name Elegance than the establishment across the street. Green abounds, including trees with white Christmas lights, marbled tabletops, and the waitstaff's golf shirts embroidered with the restaurant name: I'm glad the pub isn't on Shocking Pink Street. The lighting is good and the air smells fresh. The rather eclectic decor also includes some nautical implements, and a tuna and a sailfish mounted on the west wall. Below the mounted fish are two very large aquariums: one freshwater (I think), and one saltwater, which holds a clownfish and anemone, as well as some live coral and starfish. The service was quite good except for an unexplained but substantial delay in bringing out our checks. Place service is real china, metal flatware, and a glass, um, glass. The sandwich had a good blend of flavors, with no weak spots. The side of mustard potato salad was likewise good, though I think they might have overdone the paprika garnish a bit. In short, a nice place, and if I need a meal in Brownsburg I'll happily dine there again.