This place deserves its own thread, although it's also part of the discussion about how eating in Bushwick has changed. I reviewed it this week.
I think it's just over that borderline where you tell people you should go there just to go Faro; as contrasted with Northeast Kingdom, which was an essential place to know about if you were ever in the neighborhood.
I've been trying to locate Fritzl's in those terms. I definitely do tell people to make a journey to Fritzl's, but that's because I'm talking to people who are interested in restaurants and the new forms they could take in New York. I'd be more likely to send non-"foodies" to Faro. Not because the food is better than Fritzl's, but because it's a much longer menu, and a full restaurant experience. Fritzl's is still: wow, those specials are amazing, and look at the cooking that's going on this unlikely place.
Note; It's early days, and I should mention that eaters whose opinion I respect were there the same night as me, and reported a less happy experience--albeit with different dishes and a service quirk which skipped me.