After reflecting on all the places we have been to and consulting our grading standards, we decided our grades for a handful of restaurants needed to change slightly.
General Hoock's has blown away the rest of the competition and has even surpassed our beloved HFR, which we plan to revisit and re-evaluate soon.
DiBella's fell to an A-, simply because we haven't been back there nearly as many times as we've returned to Hoock's.
Yumbo's and Caraglio's both dropped from an A- to a B+ because they seemed closer to the category of our other B+ rated restaurants, not quite on the same level as places like Tully's and DiBella's.
In the same regard, the Arlington was changed to a B, not quite reaching the heights of our visits to places like Abe's and Krony's.
Recently a lot our reasoning behind the grades has been based on how often we would return to each place. With the updated grades, we are more comfortable with each assessment and feel they are now more consistent with our standards.