The family-run restaurant features a brightly lit dining room replete with urns, sculptures and columns to add to the atmosphere. The menu features Greek, Italian, American and Mediterranean fare along with grilled steaks, seafood and Greek pizza. Signature courses include a house-special Greek salad, lemon-chicken soup, pastichio, stuffed flounder and a selection of Italian pasta dinners. All entrées are served with their popular fresh bread, a cup of soup or dinner salad, vegetable and starch. The Greek dishes tend to be the most authentic tasting, and I'd definitely return for another serving of the moussaka, pastichio, gyro or souvlaki—they're all very good. Italian dishes are Greek-inspired, so tastes are less traditional, like the hint of green pepper in the tomato sauce. There are plenty of options for available, and the prices are reasonable enough that you'll leave without regrets regardless of what you choose.