Remember last week (I barely do) when I told you about the NYT breaking the news It-chefs Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinell would be opening a venture in Portland?

Well, the indomitable Sam Sifton, restaurant critic for the Times (and a hero of mine), reviews the two Franks latest venture Prime Meats in tomorrow's dining section. But because he's such a nice guy, he dropped the link on Twitter today. I'm hoping the review is indicative of what Portland might be seeing from the restaurateurs in the future:

And a meal in the restaurant proceeds with all the jollity and good manners of something scripted by Laura Ingalls Wilder and scored by the Grateful Dead. It is an extremely pleasant place.

Read the entire thing here. (And you thought my writing was wacky?)