Can you judge a good restaurant by the number of occupied seats? In this case, the place's popularity seems justified by the food and energetic service. If you don't mind being jostled a bit by staff and other patrons, the busyness is fun. Portions are very generous, and the meatless imam bayildii and pestitsio are a find for vegetarians. The pita is warm and fresh, the skordalia packs a kick, and a glass of retsina is six-fifty. Highly recommended by these Pennsylvanians passing through town.