They're right next to one another in an area of town desperate for good lunch options. One is constantly crowded; the other sparsely attended of late. Which is precisely inverse to the quality and value of the two spots. I tend to agree with Todd Kliman on almost everything -- but on Wiseguy, I dissent: ridiculously overpriced and nothing special, if my two visits were representative. Carving Board, on the other hand, is making some terrific sandwiches, matzo ball soup (not quite DGS level), and sides.
So if you're over that way . . . choose what's behind door No. 2.