Who doesn't have a foodie love affair with Greek dips? Here they're served individually or as a large platter combination, pikilia mezedakia, which comes with a warm pita. A bottle of Greek wine and specials like saganaki (an iron plate of Kefalograviera cheese flamed in brandy), and you may shout "Opa" with the waiters. Order a fish or mixed-meat grill, and the tray of food almost covers the table. This cheery place, with the colors of the Aegean
Sea and sun on the walls, has live music and belly dancers on Friday and Saturday evenings.