I think what really resonated with me was not the chicken chowder which was chock full of chicken, including a stray bone to prove it was fresh off the thigh. Nor was it the spicy blackened red fish special that was perfectly seasoned.
What really buttered my biscuits was the side dish, a smoky grilled broccolini which was tossed with garlic and olive oil. The delicious flavor was so notable that I didn't care that I ate every stalk and floret before I even started on the fish. I'm not certain I was even aware how ravenously I was going at it until my dining companion noted, "Wow, you sure like that broccolini."
So, apologies for my rudeness if you were dining in the vicinity on Thursday afternoon. How about you, Bitesters? Have you encountered a side dish anywhere lately that so overshadowed the main course that you would make a dining decision based on the Best Supporting Vegetable?