A breezy, rainy evening in March and the Green Olive is just ahead. It has only a few customers but it's warm and dry. I just need a steak - a decent sized one. The owner tells me the steak is really good and will take "rare" cooking. Thirty minutes later after a god tasty warming soup, I can prove him right - it is about 12 ounces and tender as butter, as well as being tasty and juicy. The others in my party have salmon and chicken - also reported to be excellent. Service and presentation are impeccable. Worth a visit, but you don't need to wait for a rainy night!
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