Unadorned whitewashed walls, azure blue trim, industrial lawnmower-like decibel levels ? yes, a Greek restaurant at its finest. One of the better Greek dinners I?ve had, but it was a difficult task to get there. After we were told to return in an hour (which was fine ? enough time for a cocktail down the block), we returned to wait again for almost a half hour. Our party of five was thoughtfully squeezed into a corner table hardly made for four, the fifth man placed snugly next to our neighbor, who played elbow wars the entire night. Our overworked server decided to treat us like we had never eaten this kind of food before, notwithstanding our Greek friend dining with us. No matter, the food was amazing, highlighted by the appetizer spreads of both Greek yogurt, roe, eggplant, and chickpeas, and potato, string beans, feta, and olives.
Cons: Loud and crowded