Had dinner here in early February. The food was very, very good - wild boar salume and duck breast - but it was so dark that, even sitting by a window with a streetlight on the opposite corner, we needed flashlights and phone lights to read the menu. When it's that dark, of course, color doesn't show up, so all the food looked black and white and gray. It's surprising that a restaurant that obviously prides itself on turning out good food doesn't get the fact that people "eat with their eyes" as well as their mouths. They don't have to crank it up to 100 watts but even 20 would be nice. Tab was $400 for four of us - typical D.C.