- The decor is simple with bold colors and Greek-themed art. The food is truly Greek; this is one of few area restaurants serving Greek food and wine. Start with Kefalograviera Cheese, fried and served with Roasted Red Peppers, or the delicious Spanikopita, a Greek spinach pie with feta and dill. The slow-cooked meats are done to a turn; Braised Lamb Shank with mint sauce and Rabbit Stew in a Port Wine Reduction. Traditional Moussaka is another popular entree. Choose a full-bodied Greek wine to complement the meal. Opah! See website for menus and more.
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