Last year, we had to brave an obstacle course of road construction to eat here, but it was worth it. This year, the road has been fixed, and Demetris is still wonderful -- decor designed to recreate the feel of Greek taverna, well-spaced tables, and excellent food. I usually get fish, which is excellent here. My husband appreciates that he has more vegetarian options than is usual -- the vegetarian moussaka is outstanding. The service is good without being obtrusive. The baklava meets the "Goldilocks standard" for us -- not too sticky and not too dry. (I sometimes have to squeeze lemon juice on baklava at places that serve the dry style, but this needed nothing.) Prices are moderate, servings are generous.
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