$20.14 for a three course dinner was a bargain. SoBo has an excellent chef! Appetizers of mussels were plentiful and delicious. The mac and cheese was generous and scrumptious. Grape leaves had the taste of real lamb but were small and only two to a plate. Entrees: excellent salmon on white bean puree and salmon, a thick perfectly done pork chop on shaved brussels sprouts, and a huge juicy burger were all appreciated; chicken pot pie looked like the winner, however! Desserts. Four were offered and we got one of each: butterscotch pudding with delicate home made marshmallows on top was amazing comfort food, flowerless chocolate cake was rich although the pear with it was average, the cheese plate looked lovely and the parsnip cake was reportedly tasty. Service was impeccable and the decor was cheerful. We will definitely go back during Ravens' season--maybe stop for dinner there to let the traffic thin out.
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