I've been put off of the Great American Restaurants network for the past few years, following some wretched experiences. We tried Ozzie's for the first time almost by accident: a "had to be" meeting place for lunch. Well, you are not going to mistake this for a little trattoria in Trastevere, but it does a solid job on flatbread pizzas and salads in a "sanitized" bistro environment that's a cut above the average suburban middlebrow restaurant, in atmosphere, decor and food. Decent pours of wine at sane prices (unlike some of the restaurants in this wildly over-hyped network). Service was acceptable and friendly. So...if you're in Fairfax and feel like a decent yuppie-ized Italian lunch, trust me, you could do worse (hang around Fairfax much, and you will, indeed, do worse...amazing, how all that wealth can't attract much really good chow). Overall, I'd only go to Ozzie's in the evening if I wanted to stick to a big salad, maybe split a bruschetta...but it's a sound lunch choice if you're in for a movie or some outdoor gear at REI.