I've only been here for their weekly specials on crawfish and steaks and it's great! I see that other people have had a hard time getting in at certain times, especially on nights with specials. However, I've been going around 7-8pm on those nights and have no problems getting a table or finding parking. The service is nice, but a little slow at times. People are usually hanging out there and having a good time so it has a fun atmosphere. Crawfish nights are Sundays and Tuesdays at $3.75/lb, and steak nights are Wednesdays at $14 for a 1lb ribeye and fully loaded baked potato. The crawfish is a little overseasoned for my taste, because they cook it in the Cajun seasoning and then douse it with more seasoning after taking it out. I love eating hot foods and usually have no problems, but after eating two pounds of them, I looked like I had a cheap collagen injection and some kid smeared red crayola all over my lips. They do sell small, boiled red potatoes at 4/.75. They're completely bland, but taste like heaven when your lips are on fire. The ribeye is a GREAT deal for $14! They season it and grill it right out front so you can smell you're dinner being cooked (They actually do that with the crawfish as well.). When they bring the steak and potato out to you, they also bring out a huge tupperware container full of all the potato fixings you could ever want (chives, butter, sour cream, bacon bits, shredded cheese). The potato tasted kind of like it was a little old and the steak isn't the best grade, but they tenderized it enough that it was still very tender. Overall, everything was pretty tasty for the money. We're thinking about making Wednesday nights "bonding nights." :)
A truly Greek culinary experience, complete with recorded Greek folk music! Our waitstaff person (Vicky) was quite attentive and equally paced the appetizers to entrees to dessert. No rush, no fuss... she's great. The food was phenomenal; began with their Dolmades (stuffed grape leaves) and Keftedes (homemade Greek meatballs)... wonderful but would ask for sour cream or Greek yogurt instead of their marinara side sauce...Then on to the entrée selection of Moussaka (referred to by many as Greek Lasagna)... equally well prepared and so very moist! We so prayed that we would (and did) have room for dessert- what else but Baklava (a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened (and held together) with honey, indescribably delicious). So, 1) Ask for Vicky, 2) Go hungry!, and 3) ENJOY! The only negative of this experience was they did not yet have their liquor license but by next month all will be just super. Hoping they will carry authentic Greek wines.
I had lunch here and the atmosphere was very nice. It is a very nicely decorated place. It has more of a bar, club, hangout, etc. atmosphere to me, than it does a restaurant feel. I believe it will be known more for a bar than a restaurant. I may not come here if I'm really hungry. The lunch menu is very limited. We asked to see the dinner menu and it was, too. The food was OK. Honestly, I was not impressed, but this was just their first week of being open and hopefully it will get better IF that's their focus for the place. If not, like I said, it's looks like a great place to just hangout. The manager was also very nice and wanted to know what our opinion was, which was a good sign that they want to please the customer and are looking for improvement and/or suggestions on service. I will go back! They have live bands and singers, a cigar room plus a Sunday Brunch that I need to try!