We weren't that hungry when we got to Aleka's, and that worked out fairly well, because the service was really slow. They were definitely understaffed for a Friday night summer crowd. But by the time our food arrived our appetites had too. The food was very good and the portions were huge--even the glass of wine. We ordered spanokopita and a plate of assorted Greek dishes, either of which easily could have served both of us--the leftovers made a good lunch the next day along with the baklava we couldn't resist ordering.
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