Podhalanka: If you want authentic Polish food, this is the first and only place in America that has earned my Polish husband's stamp of approval. And having been to Poland 4 times now myself, I think it's pretty genuine. It's really meat heavy.
90 Miles Cuban Cafe: A tiny little shack of a place that serves a variety of Cuban sandwiches, sides, shakes, and drinks. Minimal seating. I ordered a vegetarian sandwich with tofu (delicious) and instead of bread they used a fried plantain! I would gladly go here again. You must get the empanada with cheese and fruit sauce. So good!
Pastoral: I ate at the location in the French Market, but I believe the menu is the same as other locations. Great for a light lunch. If you are dining with other people, go to the French market location, as you'll have a variety of options to choose from in case your companions aren't in a Pastoral mood.
Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant: Really unique experience, and I thought the food was great. I had a vegetarian combo with a variety of lentils and vegetables, my companion ordered a beef combo (hers came with lentils and cabbage salad). The food is served on a spongy flatbread, and you have no utensils. You rip up flatbread and scoop up your food with it!