I have always liked the Big Burrito Group restaurants, this one included. Interesting selection of entrees with unusual accompaniments. I had the short rib ravioli recently which was superb; this time I went with the strozzapretti; it was ok but I would not have gone for seconds if dining at home. I was actually surprised with the size of the entree; it was just enough for me but might not have been for someone with a large appetite, especially considering the price. Tasted the double cut pork chop which was done perfectly: moist, tasty, a large cut. Bread was provided with a cured Greek yogurt spread, an interesting choice, and butter. We ordered the grilled flatbread appetizer; I liked the spreads but my companion thought they were rather bland. Two thirds of the restaurant seating is actually in the outdoor courtyard; nice for summer dining. We were told it the courtyard is open in the winter as well with a heater along the top and plastic side panels that come down. Might be nice in the fall and spring but I'm skeptical for a really cold winter night. Waiter was attentive, knowledgeable, helpful. Interesting crowd of diners from older couples, young singles, families with young children. Did not see children's menu and I would think the tastes are too sophisticated for many young ones.
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