As a carnivore, sitting down to dinner at a vegetarian restaurant can be scary. Will the food taste good? What the hell is Gardein? Will PETA ninjas attack me as I walk through the door? The key to setting a meat-eater's heart at ease is a fantastic server to walk him through the edible forest, so to speak. You will not be judged for wearing leather shoes. Instead, you will be carefully and lovingly guided through choices like Sublime picatta ($18) — which tastes just like, well, chicken — or a hearty vegetable lasagna ($16) filled with house-made ricotta. The bartenders are skilled and friendly and work with fresh fruit and the finest spirits (which, by the way, are veggie-friendly). After your entrée, your server will offer you dessert. Perhaps he will suggest the coconut cake ($9), which is nothing short of spectacular. Listen to him. Though he is likely a vegetarian, he is a friendly spirit. In fact, you've just had a completely meat-free meal (and helped animal charities while doing it, since 100 percent of Sublime's profits are donated to organizations that promote animal welfare and a vegan lifestyle).