My husband and I ate here with our 6 year old son. Like one reviewer commented, children are welcome here. I have been to nearby snooty restaurants where other customers seem to visibly cringe when you walk in with a young child. It wasn't the case for this little restaurant. It had a charming and relaxed atmosphere. Our server was very sweet and attentive. It was quite busy the afternoon that we arrived. The restaurant is small and the tables are closely packed. However, that didn't take away from our dining experience. The food is good and inexpensive for the area. Everything that we ate was delicious. I had the chicken kebabs, my husband the gyro, my son raviolis and we shared pita bread with yummy tzatziki dip. That was sooo good. Our server asked us if we wanted to order dessert and we declined. Moments later, we were brought baklava which we were told, was on the house. Again, a very nice gesture. We'll definitely come back again!