My wife and I went with friends on a Sunday evening (July 13, 2014). We did not have a reservation, but were seated immediately at a table for four. From the beginning we noticed two unpleasant factors in the setting. First, the noise level was extremely high, making it almost impossible to hear what the people across the table were saying, so it was impossible to have an easy conversation that involved all four of us. This was due to the large number of guests in the space, of course, which is what one would want, but not the unfortunate side effect.
The other highly unpleasant element was the gale-force wind from the circular a/c vent above the table. There are several of these around the room, each putting out a similar blast of air. The owner assured us that the system would shut down shortly, but that never happened. Obviously the circulating fans could not be adjusted, or the owner chose not to do so.
Both of these conditions significantly reduced our enjoyment of the meal, which would have been at the top of the scale otherwise. The food was amazingly good--the best Greek food I have ever eaten. My wife and our friends agreed. It's a shame that poor space planning (or execution) reduced our pleasure so significantly.
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