Grandma & gramps go here because the portions are huge and they can take home enough to cover a meal the next day. Yes alcohol is available (cheap) which you don't expect for a diner type place. Seniors also like that for $10 a soup or salad, main meal (huge) and dessert is included. I was told the cooked veggies aren't too hard for elders to chew as well. They are supportive to red hatters and give free cake for birthday celebrators. Backpacking hippies would find a lot of food here on the cheap & breakfast or lunch foods can be ordered any time. Greek owned although the menu offerings for authenticity is minimal or nonexistent; that said the choices of food are many. The adjacent table's chicken looked enormous. I'd recommend cutting down the choices/portions and focusing on quality. Spinach pie was good but bland. I suspect ingredients were frozen for who knows how long prior. Rice pilaf wasn't pilaf, just rice. 1/2 potato (2nd starch in addition to the rice not including the rolls on the table) with the spinach pie was not necessary and the red sauce dribbled on both indistinguishable as to what exactly it was trying to be. Coconut cream pie was very good. The service was so-so. I don't ever recall over-head paging in a restaurant my entire life and how does someone accidentally drop a full bus bucket off a table? (not ours fortunately) Then there's the music obviously the preference of the workers and not close to any customers tastes; odd. The whole scene gave me the giggles at one point after eyeing a customer who had solar eclipse doomsday sunglasses come in. It's primarily "get what you pay for" here and you really don't pay much.
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