Spinoza's is fairly small and very casual, typical of a sit-down mall eatery. There are both booths and tables, with a few seats at the bar facing the open kitchen. This area is a little loud between the bar and open kitchen, so get a booth closer to the outside (or sit on their patio, weather permitting) for a quieter meal. A small band platform is near the mall side entrance; they were advertising weekend music, mainly acoustic and jazz, but I bet it's pretty loud in such a small place. We ordered a medium Greek Isle pizza with whole wheat crust, and a Big Fat Greek Salad to share; two of us finished the salad but had half the pizza left to take home. The whole wheat crust was thin and crispy, and the pizza loaded with toppings including feta cheese, artichoke hearts, Kalamata olives, chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and creamy Tzatziki sauce added right before serving. It was delicious, as was the salad - pretty much a standard Greek salad with banana peppers, but very fresh. It would be a full meal for one, a generous side for two. I also had a local microbrew from their menu of about 10, an Ohio "Black Lab" ale that was very good. Service was friendly and prompt. This area is heavy on chain restaurants, so Spinoza's is a good option if, like us, you can't face a meal at Taco Bell or McDonald's.