I found Food Fair through a Groupon promotion about a week or so ago and decided to take a chance on them. Prior to this, I hadn't heard of them before and really didn't know what to expect.
I went with a friend and we ordered the calamari appetizer to start. I'm a big fan of fried calamari but it's generally a) too rubbery or b) fried to the point where you can't taste the fish. I'm happy to say that not only was the fried calamari perfectly prepared but it was delicious as well! The sauce that it came with was light and tart and complimented it perfectly.
My main dish was a grilled goat cheese sandwich served with carmelized onions. It came with a nice mixed-green salad with a really tasty balsalmic vinegar. Both were fantastic. It was enough to be filling but tasty enough to leave me wanting more. My friend ordered a veggie sandwich on foccaccia which, in her words, was the ""best sandwich she had ever eaten"". She's usually a very light eater but she polished the whole thing off in one sitting.
We were so happy with out meals that we made reservations for their prix-fixe Valentine's Day dinner right then and there. I wish that I had the time to go into how good *that* meal was. Suffice it to say, it was an incredibly memorable meal and the course parings were perfect. There was a tortellini in a creamy roasted red pepper sauce that was easily the best thing I've tasted in months.
The chef, Diego, is friendly and personable and his staff and incredibly attentive. Go check out Food Fair. It's a local gem that has yet to be discovered by the throngs of local, discerning foodies but, I've no doubt, soon will be.