I marked June as the visit, but we've now been to Atheneans at least forty times, maybe sixty. Still ordinary decor, but very good quality ingredients expertly prepared. Excellent dolmades, moussaka and baklava. I recently ventured into the Italian offerings for an excellent lasagna and a very good calzone--but I didn't like the calzone as much as other items--which they'll make with any choice of fillings. I chose sausage, onions, peppers and olives. Another time I'd skip the olives and double the peppers. Again, as with gyros, I asked for extra sauce (no one ever gives me the quantity of sauce I want with gyros or calzones unless I ask for more). Sophia once had a great hamburger, since then has gone back to Greek menu items. Everything we've had was good, I'd say the highlights remain the Greek salad, small or large and especially the Greek salad with luscious grilled chicken, and the gyro platter or sandwich, with extra sauce. Come to think of it, it may be awhile before I get back to the calzone. I often order the gyro sandwich and a small greek salad, pile it all together for a very satisfying lunch with lots of veggies. Sophia once had chicken souvlaki and I had a taste, but neither of us really remembers it or has ordered it again, so it probably wasn't comparatively a winner, at least for us.
Atheneans is soon expanding to an adjacent space with a bar and televisions. We'll stick to the original room.
We've found the variety of menu items quite satisfactory, but the (Greek) owner is supposedly trying to bring in another chef from Greece to expand the menu.
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