Decided on Common Ground last night over Donovan's. Sorry Michael B, I didn't take one for the team. As someone described it is a hobit like place owned and run by a communal, relligious group, The Twelve Tribes. The servers were pleasant and did not try to program us but did answer questions about who they were. The food was fine. A variety of turkey sandwiches, tofu dishes, and some seafood offerings. No red meat, refined flour, or fried stuff. Started with chips and fresh salsa. I had a turkey rubin sandwich which I enjoyed. We shared a piece of chocolate fudge cake which was not heavy or overly rich. A good place when in the neighborhood.