yes, anything other than Marra's.
A Mano is a BYO serving authentic Neapolitan-style pizza that you won't find many other places this side of, well, Naples.
Lisa's Turkish Kitchen and Mediterraneo are both quite decent middle eastern restaurants (both BYO).
Village Green, despite changes in ownership and chefs, continues to offer interesting and very good food in a tasting menu format (4, 5, or 7 courses, if memory serves).
Out of the 30 or so actual restaurants (not counting pizzerias and chinese take-out joints), there's really nothing all that notable in Ridgewood. A Mano and Village Green being, perhaps, exceptions.
Yes, it is sad that a supposed- resto town like Ridgewood has so few memorable places.
A few thoughts:
I think Marra's is closed. Looked dark the last few times I whizzed by. (Not that it's a loss).
Joel's Malibu: An fun, quirky place, not really serious food but acceptable and a bit different and unique. Lava lamp decor.
Latour: Got an "excellent" in the Times last week, although I haven't been back in a long time, I did not have an excellent experience there a couple of years ago, but perhaps they are better now, or, David Corcoran had a little too much wine! :)
Other than that, slim pickings.
I have been to Latour several times and the food/service is outstanding; the restaurant has a friendly neighborhood feel to it. Joel's Malibu is OK. I like Mediterraneo lots. For Japanese Wasabi on East Ridgewood Avenue is much better than all the other Japanese restaurants in the main section of town. Baumgards is a good casual restaurant with the best ice cream sundaes.