I'm not sure why this location can't sustain a restaurant. Maybe it's because it's a few blocks from the Rt. 64. But I hope this restaurant stays around. They've made a few minor changes from the last place - mainly the artwork and the light fixtures. And there are fewer tv's. We tried the falafel as an appetizer. It was okay. I had the lamb shank for dinner, and it was great. It was very similar to my Greek favorite kokkikonisto. The prices were good, although I seem to remember the wine being a bit pricey. And the service was great. The owner even stopped by to say hello. We'll definitely be back, probably for lunch as I want to try the schwarma.
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