This is my favorite lunch spot for many reasons. It is a restaurant in an old house. Very charming and cozy atmosphere. You will be greated by Buddy who is very sweet abd will greet you like you are family. As soon as you are...More
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Don't waste your time or money on this restaurant. We had such hopes that it was a real "find" but our hopes sadly were dashed with the first bite.
I'm a big fan of Greek food and Hedary's was very disappointing. The true measure of a good Greek restaurant are the Gyros and they must have the classic vertical rotisserie spit of Gyro meat, nope not at Hedarys! They used a pre portioned, wholesale...More
Our group had lunch at Hedary's. This restaurant is in an old mansion that has many rooms that are quaint and allows for much privacy. The menu is interesting as it is Greek food. Hot pocket pita bread is served while our order was being...More
When you first enter, it is very dark. There are several dining rooms. The one we were in was very dark with heavy drapes over the window. The one across the hall was brighter with more open windows. Service was a bit slow but we...More
This place has awesome food! It is an interesting place were they took what looks like an older rancher house and converted it into a restaurant. The separate seating rooms makes everything feel nice and cozy throughout your meal. Service is great, you don't feel...More
Not the typical strip shopping center restaurant! Located in an old home off the beaten track. While sometimes service is a little spotty and sometimes the meats are a little over-cooked, I do think the atmosphere makes up for a lot. Have visited with friends...More
Our family loves Mediterranean food! We sampled many dishes and each one was amazing. We loved the freshness of the pitas and hummus. Baba ganoush was perfect and so were the kabobs. Can't wait to go again!