Olympic Pizza gets the gold medal for Greek cooking.
This family restaurant, on the outskirts just east of Williamstown along Route 2, opened in the late summer of 2011 and already appears to have a legion of devoted fans. The atmosphere inside is highly pleasant and welcoming, with a crisp look, comfortable booths, and a light, airy feeling even on a rainy evening. We ordered Greek specialties both nights we ate there and were very pleased. The gyro and souvlaki I had were excellent; a side dish of steak fries were among the best ever, crisp and without a drop of grease on them. My wife’s Mediterranean plate was a wonderful mix of flaky spinach and cheese pies, stuffed grape leaves, humus, pita bread, and olives, a colorful medley artistically arranged. The home-made baklava was superb and not dripping in sugary syrup as is so often the case. For anyone not interested in Greek food, a wide array of other choices is available, including pasta dishes, some seafood, sandwiches, and pizza. The restaurant is in the process of obtaining a license to sell beer and wine. Service was friendly and efficient. The final tab each night for both our meals was very reasonable at under $25 total.
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