We chose this restaurant because it was close to our hotel and offered Greek food, which seemed a promising compromise for our party of hard-core carnivores and equally entrenched vegetarians. We were concerned when we arrived and found ourselves the only customers, but were ultimately glad that we stayed. The Greek entrees were generously sized and included rice, potatoes, and Greek salad. (My daughter and I had enough left over for breakfast the next day.) The spanakopita was particularly nice, and the baklava was unexpectedly good.
This restaurant might do well to advertise itself as Greek rather than hiding behind its generic looking "family restaurant" sign. The decor is rather plain but pleasant enough - completely acceptable if you're looking for a quiet spot for good food and conversation rather than a "special occasion" or party atmosphere.
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