Scores of fun-seeking diners come to this brick-lined semi-basement every weekend to eat, drink, and be merry in a delightfully chaotic atmosphere. The food—moussaka, plump stuffed grape leaves, braised lamb, squid—is grilled on "real wood charcoal" and it's always good, but Thursday, Friday, or Saturday nights are especially fun, when the live and very infectious bouzouki music downstairs makes it impossible to remain seated. The decor is full of cultural clichés,
but that doesn't dampen the good vibes. There's a well-priced lunch every day except Saturday.