We had spent the day at the Peterson Museum, and decided to check out the local restaurants. Based on the online review highlights. We chose Little Eithiopia ("traditional food in casusl digs.").The food was good, largely vegetarian. We shared the vegetarian combo, the lamb stew (Alicha Wat), and the beef & potatoes, collard greens mix (Little Ethiopia Special). We had rice instead the injera bread, as we are gluten free (tell them when ordering!).The music and decor seemed authentic. The only things I didn't like was a lack of forks (I think the bread is typically the 'utensil,' like Mexican food uses a tortilla), and burning insense as our dinner progressed. I'm not a fan of burning smells.