I just got back from an awesome meal at Ortine, and my friend and I were the only ones in the whole place. I got a great Puttanesca pizza with a crust that blows Amorina out of the water and my friend got a fantastic nicoise salad. We also shared a bowl of really fresh clams. I used to go quite a bit for coffee when it was open during the day and was a little confused when they decided to only serve dinner during the week. Granted, the atmosphere is definitely more "cafe" than "restaurant" and the menu is a bit of a mish-mash, but the food and service is really really good. Have other people tried Ortine for dinner? What do you think is the reason more people don't go there? On paper it seems like just the type of place (casual, moderately ambitious food with a local, seasonal slant) that would do well in this neighborhood. I guess I just hope it doesn't go the way of Tavern On Dean.