I should have wondered when we walked in there was only 5 tables of people on a Friday night at 6pm. Missed that clue. We ordered a Reuban melt and open faced Souvlaki and 2 iced teas. The ice teas were sour( like they get when brewed tea sits too long). The reuban was drippy but cooked dark like I like it. The open souvlaki had grilled onions on it as well as raw onions.. good thing I like onions. They were kinda skimpy on the feta cheese. We were unable to properly agitated the dressing because the top didn't seal and made it hard to shake. It came with a very dark toasted pita( It was excellent) I asked the waitress for tzatziki she brings me MAYO with dill. Ummmm I don't think so.. LAME! Hopefully the owners realize their restaurant is going down the crapper and they can save it... if not.. oh well no big loss there.. poor old Pappa would be rolling in his grave right now if he could see what this restaurant turned into.
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