We had been watching this restaurant get built for quite a few months with a huge banner advertising a Greek Bakery coming soon. So when they opened their doors a month ago, I could not wait to try it. First, I took a tour of all the counters: an ice-cream/gelato section, Greek pastry section, a bread/sandwich area with a board advertising the day's specials. There are configurations of tables, chairs, bar stools and tall tables, and a glass wall where one can sit and be entertained by the goings on outside. When the food arrived, I was surprised with its simplicity and fresh taste. I had ordered just a spanakopita as a snack. It came heated, on a plate, with fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, Greek olives, and chunks of feta cheese! All for $3.95. My niece ordered their daily special which was stuffed tomatoes and peppers with cottage potatoes on the side. It was a vegetarian meal. She said it was tasty. Their original Greek salad was also awesome, and it was served with a basket of their hard, crusty farm bread. I can't wait to return with my husband and surprise him.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.