This Diner has closed it's doors and is no longer open. We went there several times in late Dec. and early Jan. 2015 and it was closed every time.
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This is what we English think of as a traditional independent American diner with huge portions and Greek and Italian specials. I ordered spaghetti and meatballs. First the waitress brought me a bowl of chicken noodle soup, then a salad, then enough really good spaghetti...More
Traditional Greek Diner with a large selection. Lunch specials include soup and a drink. I like the Gyro platter which includes, lamb, pita, Greek salad, tzaziki sauce, and French fries.
The staff is always very friendly. There are a couple of others in the area like Flashback which is super expensive for very similar food. There is also the Griddle whose staff is disgusting
Having grown up in NYC and vicinity , I kind of miss the great Greek Diners that dotted the landscape all throughout the tri state area of NY, NJ and Conn. Most were open 24/7/365 and you could get Breakfast anytime of the day or...More
My wife and I went back on Roshhashona, the Jewish holiday and this fine restaurant was serving a special meal for those who wished to eat a Jewish type dinner. We were aproached by our favorite waitress who told us we did not put her...More
We were staying at the gorgeous but very expensive Boca Resort recently. Reacting to the thought of an eight dollar glass of orange juice we decided to head outside the gates for more gently priced breakfast options. A few short blocks away we spied the...More
The sandwiches and breakfast menu are perfect diner food and the staff is quick and friendly. Prices are reasonable and the coffee is great.