Not in a village and not connected to an inn, but don’t be overly-bothered by this, because the food is very good. We told the worker we’re vegetarian, and she helped us find the best foods for us. We had an appetizer platter with a variety of delicacies: warm pita bread, feta cheese and olives, spinach packets, rice dumplings wrapped in grape leaves. We also had some eggplant dip (a special of the day) and macaroni in browned butter.
Everything about this meal was delicious and fun, including the Greek music. It’s a little expensive but a valuable culinary cultural experience.