Cafe Acropolis is a unique addition to the commonplace fare that dominates this part of West Virginia. The setting is quaint (though road noise may intrude) and the menu is broad enough to accommodate many interests and sensitivities.
Service: When we visited, the wait staff was not fully Greek-competent or confident with flaming dishes.
Price: Though Cafe Acropolis is certainly worth many visits, its price point is a bit above its food and service quality.
Hours and location: Also, be careful with your planning--the restaurant is closed Sundays and Mondays. Fortunately, car navigation devices can locate the site.
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