This Greek restaurant offers a fairly large and varied menu including traditional Greek and Middle Eastern foods-spanakopita, kabobs, Armenian fare and more. We ate lunch the first time, I had Greek salad and my husband had a Shawerma gyro both of which were very good. The second time we had brunch which was not only delicious but reasonably priced/ $7.95 mimosa with fresh orange juice, omelettes which were fresh and mine had a generous amount of sliced avocado. Service is attentive. They serve beer and wine, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Closed from 2-5:30, then open for dinner until the fun stops. Free parking on street and in back. Staff very friendly. After or before your meal take advantage and wander around the town -lots of shops.
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