Did anyone notice that San Vito made it into the May edition of the Washingtonian magazine? I thought it was a mixed but albeit fair review. In fact, after seeing one of our local eateries reviewed, I went there last week with a friend for lunch. Before we got there I was telling my friend how much I enjoyed the restaurant, the atmosphere, the delicious food.... Well, after last week I will certainly not be going as often if I decide to go back at all. The Washingtonian commented that San Vito had friendly but inexperienced staff. That was evident right away when the server had to come back after taking our orders and ask us again what we wanted. Then when our drinks were brought we received the wrong drink order. We were more than halfway through our meal before being served the bread. As an appetizer we ordered the tomatos and mozzerella. It really had no flavor at all. In fact, although I'm certainly not much of a chef, I could have made it tastier myself. I guess what really topped it off for me though was when I picked up my fork and there was this large dried mushroom affixed to it! It was so disgusting. And then I had to flag down a server to get a clean fork. I was so surprised because this was not the same restaurant that I had frequented several months ago.