My husband and I recently dined at David Todd's. The hostess was welcoming and seated us immediately in the nicely designed dining room. Our server arrived promptly, and truly wound up being one of the bright spots of the evening, along with our martinis, which were large and icy cold. We started with the short rib pierogis, which were scorched and dry on the outside and stuffed with a bland filling I wouldn't have recognized as short ribs unless I'd read it on the menu. Next up for me was the arugula and watermelon salad, which was amply sized but too lightly dressed and served with two wedges of grilled haloumi cheese that were so well grilled as to be almost inedible. My spouse had the beet salad, and after tasting it and declaring it to be mushy and "old-tasting," sent it back, trading it for the arugula. For entrees we chose the lamb loin and the pork mignon. Both were good cuts of meat appropriately cooked, but neither particularly knocked our socks off. On the whole, it was fine, which in my book is damning a restaurant with faint praise-- since much of the reason to dine out is to eat better than one does at home. Maybe if we'd eaten in the bar and stuck to their bar menu, we might have been happier. In the end, we wound up concluding that David Todd's is probably best as a place to stop for a cocktail when you're on your way to you favorite BYOB restaurant nearby for dinner. But we're unlikely to make a return visit for a full dinner any time soon.