We visited Mirage with friends and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. Please remember to bring your own bottle--which we knew in advance and visited a nearby wine/beer store and planned accordingly. My wife and I tried to visit 2-3 years ago when they were in a much smaller space, could not get in, so it was good to finally get in. The new, expanded space is nice. I liked hte large painting of (I presume) Mount Ararat over the cashier's stand. Sampler appendizer platter was wonderful. The baba and hummus were perfect. They have the best pita bread I've had in some time. Stuffed grape leaves, dolmatas I think in Greek, forgot the correct name at least in Armenian which is the basic couisine of Mirage, was great. My wife had the kibbee (Armenian spelling?) and it was great. I had the lamb shank and it was really good. The Russian potatoes were really good. The server was very attentive, very friendly and was really cool about taking our beer to the frig and bringing it back when it looked like we needed more. There was a slight language barrier but she was so, so pleasant it wasn't an issue. The prices were extremely reasonable in light of the food quality. It's a little out of the way for us to visit too often but I look forward to trying Mirage again.