That's Greek for Very Good! And really The Inn at Black Olive is beyond good, it's thavmasios, which means wonderful.
I had cataract surgery at Johns Hopkins and had to be there at 7:30 a.m. so we knew we'd have to stay in Baltimore the night before. I was resigned to staying at the kind of big hotel that is indistinguishable from its like in any big city. I was surprised and delighted to find The Inn at Black Olive, especially since we have a spitaki (little house) in Greek where we go three times a year. This Inn exceeded our expectations. We felt so at home. The rooms are actually suites and are lovingly and tastefully decorated. The proprietor, Dimitri, and the staff just couldn't do enough to make us feel welcomed. We'll be back...and I hope not because of another Hopkins visit!
We also ate around the corner at the Black Olive restaurant run by Dimitri's parents, Stelios and Pauline. We felt like we were back in Greece as the food was delicious and authentic.