On the menu, there were items like Spanakopita spinach pie, Taramosalata, which is a dip with fish and olive oil, lemon, and potatoes, Greek Salad, Gyro, and various Fresh Subs. There were not kids meals, but there were some kid friendly food items like a Hamburger, Chicken Tenders, Pizza, and Greek Fries.
We got a pizza(yum!), with Greek meatballs, even though they weren't on the menu as a topping. We also got a Melitzanosalata, an eggplant dip, as an appetizer, and Baklava, which has honey, nuts, and filo, for dessert.
While we waited, we talked about our day since there was no entertainment there.
Finally, our food came. The Melitzanosalata was delicious! It was really creamy, and had a garlic and lemon punch. The pizza was amazing! The meatballs were tender, juicy, and had a pinch of cinnamon, the pizza was cheesy, and the crust was very thin. The Baklava was fantastic! It was sweet, light, and crunchy.
I give **1/2 stars for kid friendliness and *****stars for food. The reason I gave only 2 1/2 stars for kid friendliness was because it really was more of an adult place. There was no entertainment, and most of the foods are complex, not to mention there were no kids meals.
I would really like to come here again, though, for the desserts and pizza. I do recommend adding a kids meal and entertainment like a TV. I also recommend putting Greek meatballs on the toppings menu. Well, that's all. Bye!