Crazy About You

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Credit the team at Spanish Grupo La Misión, which brought us Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita, for the notion of using a goofy, nonfood-related moniker. The same group does it again with Crazy About You, its follow-up venture, but there's another conceptual novelty at work here. It's called great value. The menu is set up much the same prix fixe way as at Dolores-Lolita. About a dozen salads/appetizers are listed on top -- sans pricing, because whichever one you choose will be included with your entrée at no extra charge. The entrées are divided into three pricing options: $15.75, $19.75, and $23.75. Let's say you decide to begin with serrano ham croquettes followed by a mojo-roasted half-chicken with spinach and artichokes. Cost for the two courses is $15.75. Add a glass of house wine for $4 and cappuccino flan for $2.50. Better news still: Those serrano croquettes are ethereally delicious, the chicken is quite taste and generously portioned, and the cappuccino flan is as good as the one you'll pay $8 for anywhere else. Beautiful décor, amiable service, freshly prepared food, and great value -- we're crazy about this place!

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