Have eaten dinner here on several occasions, repeating visits since past meals there had revealed little to grouse about -- service, pricing, and quality all on target. Last night's dinner would have been our one-and-only visit, however, had it been the first. The Caesar salads were composed of flaccid Romain with a near tasteless dressing, and both the fish and chips, and the breaded, fried shrimp special were unpleasantly greasy and limp. This was surprising since that had not been the case in previous visits. It would have been reasonable to send both main courses back, but this was a pre-theater (7:00) visit, not leaving the time to do that. This mess might have been because this was a slow, early Monday evening (2d string in the kitchen? Other visits were all Saturday nights). Might have simply been an off night, no one noticing that the frying oil wasn't hot enough to produce the crispness one would expect. Yesterday's meal deserved a two-spot "poor" rating, at most. I've given the restaurant a three-spot "average", though, because this was the first bad meal. Obviously, with this inconsistency, you take your chances. The high points of the meal were the good, house IPA, the key-lime pie, and the attractive, tattoo'd, friendly waitstaff.