Chrissy was server, very attentive. Food Greek based and plenty of it. Costs compettive. Good place to stop if not looking for decorations. ,
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Near the corner of South Park and Milestrip this little diner offers an extensive menu with excellent customer service. Seat yourself when you walk in. No wait at all. We had an amazing server - helpful, attentive, friendly and had perfect timing. My brother and...More
breakfast specials ( $ 4.69 - 8.39 ) appetizers, sandwiches, omelets + Greek food greek sandwiches + greek dinners = greek breakfast kid friendly + no hygiene clean + straws covered coffee + $ 2.07 diet pepsi = $ 2.49
This is a great place. The food is cheap and good. This place has been open since the 1950's with the original name Lucky's. Still the same ownership. Food has consistent good quality. Friendly place with a lot of history. One of THE MOST UNDER...More
After a night of madness in Buffalo, we stopped at Odyssey on the recommendation of family for breakfast. I purchased the Chicken Soulvaki breakfast and it made my stomach happy!
The Odyssey is an average diner that serves good food and has a friendly wait staff. I would order their Greek food as it is very good, probably the best in the area.
Had breakfast at the Odyssey Family Restaurant on 8/3/14. Actually, I went to this restaurant by mistake, as I had been going to the Apollo - but once I was inside I decided to stay and try it. I was very glad that I did....More
I always order breakfast at the Odyssey-and always the same one-Eggs over light, zucchini patties with Greek yogurt sauce ( so delicious!), rye toast and a slice of ham. This visit the coffee seemed weak and the ham was like a pressed ham rather than...More
You know that place that Moe Bandy sings about....."Americana." Or that place on t.v. "where everybody knows your name, and you're always glad you came." Or the "Backroads" series that gets off the main roads and explores the "real" America? Yeah.....that's what the Odyssey Restaurant...More