Maggie's farm does have outdoor dining, but the restaurant was slow this summer evening, so rather than being the only diners there,we opted for the bustling dining room, pleasant but a little cramped. In the interest of full disclosure: we normally avoid meat, but at Maggie's that's not easy: They really like their pork, in various disguises. So we thoroughly enjoyed the crispy Brussels sprouts -- sans bacon, but still cooked in pork fat. And the red trout came with chunks of chorizo as part of the mixed veggies. Both it and the black-tipped shark special were very tasty, though, with ingenious use of seasonal vegetables and reductions. Service was attentive, prices reasonable, so we'll be back.