There are a few simple rules every man needs to live by: always match the belt with the shoes, leave a buffer urinal when possible, and beware the hazards of opening up a quaint neighborhood restaurant, especially if it's with your brother-in-law. Because he does your sister. Brazenly skirting rule number three, Mediterranean Grill. Opening today from a brothers-in-law team with backgrounds in construction and chef-struction, respectively, MG's a narrow, homey cafe with deep red tablecloths and light tangerine walls outfitted with assorted shiny Ali Baba-esque Middle Eastern knicknackery ... how bazaar! For starters they're doing many of the usual suspects (hummus, baba ghanouj, falafel) along with borak (think Mediterranean egg rolls), and laham ajeen, a pita/tomato/herb/ground beef construct that vaguely resembles a pizza, like so many teens from old Stridex commercials. Heartier mains include beef/lamb/chicken in either shawarma or kabob form, a charbroiled cornish game hen, and a breaded ground potato cake (stuffed with beef, onion, and spices) they call a potato chop, which gets CRAZZZY in the Boise State fan section. They're keeping things BYOB for the foreseeable future, and for the immediate future (as in today only) they're offering half-price on the entire menu, abiding by your fourth rule: spend single, eat double.