Have been to Diner three times, and still don't know if it's really worth it. The first time, our party found every dish to be a little bit off...the roast chicken was dry at the breast, the tomato salad had godawful cardboardy tomatoes, etc. The second time was a little better, although the selection & presentation of the cheese plate was disappointing...poorly matched coices served in unappealing chunks on a plate rolling with hazelnuts. Small portions of the right cheeses would have been far more satisfying. The third time was the best, and we had a great time. Food was creative and well-done (I had monkfish poached in broth with lentils and fennel) and it MIGHT have made me change my mind about htis place. I appreciate their committment to fresh, local, small-farmed produce, and hope they can catch a groove soon.
Pros: fresh produce, tons of specials, decent wines
Cons: , inconsistent kitchen, crowded