We just had the pleasure of trying this fabulous hidden gem, and I am so glad that we ventured off of the beaten path. From the moment that we walked in, we loved the whole vibe of this restaurant. The staff was welcoming and helpful (they handed us samples of the not to be missed exploded potatoes, who wouldn't love that). The menu is extensive, but the staff handled our questions, and gave us time to make the tough decisions as to what to try for dinner, and there were so many delicious options. The food was quickly prepared while we had a chance to chat with the enthusiastic and gracious owner. We tried a lot of items, and while we all had our favorites, everything that we tried, was excellent. The kids gave the mac and cheese 2 thumbs up. I had the curry chicken salad, which was not only fresh, but also packed with flavor. The bread was light, yet hearty; I don't even know how that is possible, but Friscos made it work. My husband had the Lombard; the hint of garlic and roasted red peppers truly enhanced the beef. We split the skinny green pizza, which was pure cheesy goodness, with vegetables so fresh, that you'd swear that they came from the garden out back, but you know that they didn't because this awesome place is housed in an industrial park (don't let the location put you off). We did not have the pleasure of trying any of the beer or wine, but that is just 1 more reason to come back. It is so refreshing to find a restaurant that not only serves creative and delicious food, but also has a staff that is helpful and professional; they seemed truly happy to be part of such a fun and innovative restaurant. Bravo a.k.a. Friscos!