Mark's thoughts on the decor:
Mark ordered the deviled eggs, with smoked paprika, dried capers, and garlic chips. He liked their ambition, adding unexpected flavors and textures to the classic dish, but thought there could've been many better directions to go instead of the paprika; combined with the garlic chip, he said he couldn't help but envision BBQ Pringles with every bite.
I ordered the pan roasted halibut with green garbanzo bean puree, fiddlehead ferns, turnips, and fingerling potatotes. The plating and colors were just gorgeous, the halibut was perfectly cooked (flaky, yet firm) and seasoned, and the puree was lusciously smooth and flavorful. Unfortunately, the turnips and potatoes were really undercooked - I needed a knife to cut into them! Some of my guests, having ordered the same dish, must have felt the same way. At the end of the meal, I glanced across the table to see a few plates completely polished clean except for the untouched, rock-hard potatoes.
Bad ending aside, we left Firefly stuffed and content. Luckily, the service and overall quality of the food proved a lot more genuine than the (debatably) tacky interiors.
*Zombies (or ogres or demons or bad witches) would never attack you in a place with a [potentially] magic firefly tree. You'd still have to look out for pirates or ninjas, though.