Our second visit to The Dancing Fig was not as good as the first. While the Brie appetizer and dinner salads were very good, the main dishes, while huge, were disappointing. My wife's eggplant Parmesan was very oily and my veal saltambocca did not have much flavor. We like bread with our meals, and it galls me that we had to pay $3 for a bread basket when the selection of breads was mediocre. The service, however, was excellent. Lucas was attentive and helpful. Also, the setting is very pleasant. The restaurant is closing at the end of the month, in part because of the lack of traffic, and with the average quality of the food we experienced (maybe it was just the selections, lbecause our dishes the first visit were very good), I can see why. If they reopen, I hope they reevaluate their policy on bread!!
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