We ate at Django (4th St., just north of South St.) and loved it. Steve, we went Friday night, so avoided the crowds for Greek picnic.
It is small, cash only, BYOB - informal, nice atmosphere. We thought the food was outstanding.
Interesting menu - varied, creative and original. My husband said it had a Spanish influence.
I had an appetizer with smoked trout, pasta, and pesto sauce that sounds a bit weird but was one of the best appetizers I have ever had. The other three people tasted it and thought it was great, also. My husband's appetizer was a salad with tenderloin strips; it was delicious.
My entree was mackerel sauteed in a fine crust of polenta (cornmeal, really) accompanied by a napolean of eggplant. Excellent! Their pasta is homemade. Our friends enjoyed the salmon with an interesting potato side. Entrees included fish, seafood (their paella sounded good), duck, pork, etc.
We shared a luscious dessert: a chocolate marquise with a crunchy bottom, accompanied by a nutty ice cream. Sorry, I should have paid more attention to the menu descriptions.
Anyway, we will return!