We stopped by yesterday, and they definitely have food, and what we had (mini corn dogs and fried pickles) was really good. Overall, it's a big sports bar, there's TV's everywhere, and the hostess told us that if there was any special game we wanted to watch they'd put it on for us. I think it would be a good place for NFL Sundays. The beer list is impressive and affordable - we were drinking strong craft beers and they were about $6 for a mug, and almost everything was available as pitchers. They have everyday specials - $5 margaritas and $6 pitchers of bud and bud light.
There's a lot to the place that definitely makes it feel like it's owned by the same company as Hooters, but it's much more laid back, and the waitstaff isn't just scantily clad women.
That said, both my wife and I were both impressed with the space, which is huge, and we both through it would be great for watching lots of sports over the course of a day - think NCAA tournament or any fall Sunday. I can definitely see myself going back.