For a small town with few to no real family restaurants this may pass for one. The decor was very plain, the service mediocre, the food was disappointing. Certainly not worth the $85.00 spent. The restaurant claims to have authentic Greek and Italian food, however having been and spent time in both countries, I will tell you this is not true. Most disappointing was the Gyros. An authentic Greek Gyros is a sandwich. It is constructed using roasted meat,sliced into thin crisp shavings. It is served in an oiled, lightly grilled pita, rolled up with Tzatziki sauce, chopped tomatoes, thinly sliced onion, and fried potatoes (optional). What I got was a pita cut into quarters, a small paper cup of Tzatziki, and four 1\\8 inch thick slices of meat. My family ordered other a varied selection of Greek and Italian all equally disappointing and small in purportion. We had to ask several times for our tea to be refilled. I can only assume the good reviews are from people who are not well traveled and certainly unfamilure with authentic cuisine.