have eaten here five times and everything has been tasty. our favorites are the lollipop wings, tzatziki, pastitsio, lemon potatoes, and the saganaki is worth your time as long as you like fried cheese that's on the salty side. the bifteki and village salad are also nice. gyros no problem. dessert is fine.
the manager kelsey (sp?) and servers are always friendly. surprisingly unfriendly are the owner(s)--normally i wouldn't assume it's the owners but i've seen the same people huddled together at a table with papers and files so they're affiliated in some way. no hello, no goodbye, zero acknowledgement...not used to that at greek restaurants. it has also been warm in the dining area each time we've been.
bottom line i can count on good food and greek wine at rafina but i also expect to sweat a little and play invisible patron to certain folks. the happy hour is a good way to order a few of the popular dishes.