A "Greek Tapas" place. It is much more, but our water used this catchy phrase to help describe the menu, and it works. The spread samplers was a nice start, the brussel sprouts lived up to their reputation, and stuffed cigars were very tasty. The scallops were awesome! The only negative was the ground lamb kabob. It was so salty that it was nearly inedible. I hope it was just a chefs mistake, because everything else was great. The restaurant is laid out in two halves. The front is a large bar are in the center, with booths and tables around the outside. Lively and energetic setting. The back is more of a restaurant scene, but still seemed lively. We have already told friends about our latest find, and we will surely be back!
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