Fig & Olive has this method of attracting customers by promoting their supposedly outstanding selection of olive oils that they proudly display near the windows, yet the 4 that I tried were bland, and I could hardly tell the difference among them. They served us 3 kinds olive oils with pieces of too salty, dense and greasy foccacia for dipping; more likely a different kind of bread- such as a crusty Italian or a sourdough-would've helped to bring out the little flavor that the olive oils might have had. Which they didn't... The salads were so overpriced that we ended up just having a salad each and not ordering any other dishes; because on principle, a salad should not cost that much anywhere. Each salad had its own kind of olive oil, but if we hadn't discerned any flavor from sampling the olive oils with the bread before, we certainly didn't pick up on the subtle flavor notes that they claim the ones used for the dressing had. Our waitress had an attitude and was just trying to serve as many people as fast as possible. Restaurants like this one, and especially chain restaurants (which this is) don't even try to hide the fact that they are here strictly for profits with a disregard for the food they serve and their patrons.