River North looks like the kind of farm-to-table, hip, fun restaurant that the east village is becoming known for. It is cute and kitschy, with great details like bird-feeder lamps, beautiful flooring, and deep blue walls. The food however, DOES NOT live up to the the physical space. The "belly donut," which our server pushed hard, was great, but VERY small, and ended up being the only thing we liked. The "stuffed" chicken breast is actually NOT stuffed with anything. It is just a breaded chicken cutlet, like mom used to make with rice-a-roni. It arrived terribly overcooked, and shamefully under-seasoned. The branzino was no better, but was overseasoned and overcooked, like a piece of salt-cod. The accompanying vegetables and sauces on both entree plates did nothing to add to the dishes. There were maybe 10 people in the restaurant total, so the idea that the kitchen couldn't serve a chicken breast and a piece of fish cooked properly seems insane. But the real insanity were the prices: the "stuffed" chicken breast was $25 - for 6 oz. of overcooked cutlet. Terrible. F.