The corner spot, high ceilings, and big windows are very enjoyable, and the service was attentive, so I wish I could say that the food is awesome, but it just isn't. We were early for dinner, having to be somewhere at 7:15 (!) and noticed that the place didn't really fill up until after 6:30. There are lots of locals, judging by the host's greetings, so you'd think it must be a real find. We had two appetizers and one entree - make your own tapas. One appetizer was a special, watermelon and fried cheese, and the other was spanakopita off the menu. The entree was pork souvlaki, on the theory that you should order something you'd never make at home. The presentation was fabulous! The watermelon and cheese came in rectangular prisms stacked alternately and drizzled with honey. I wanted to take a pic but DH frowned. The watermelon was great, but the cheese, um, not so much. The spanakopita was completely wonderful, highlight of the meal, light, savory, awesome ginger sauce. Huh? I'd think the special should be doing that job. And the pork - oh, no. Parts of it were not cooked through, so we left them to the side (time at a premium, remember?). But the rice and the yogurt sauce and the light little greek salad on the plate were delightful!
So, very uneven. I'd suggest going early and getting a suite of appetizers. We saw their regular greek salad going by to another table and it looked mouthwatering. If you don't get the ridiculous entrees you can make a reasonably priced meal; most of the appetizers and the sort of ordinary entrees are about $15, and the wine we had was $8 a glass, so if properly planned you could make a nice meal for two under $75, which means it's worth a look. And get the spanakopita!
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