Fern bar meets diner at this casual, popular Greek/Mexican eatery. Both cuisines are done well, portions are huge, and prices are low. Best bets: the Monacorito (a huge burrito) and the gyros. Most of the friendly staff has been here since it opened in 1986, so you'll feel as if you've stepped into a good friend's home when you walk under the blue awning and into the dining room.
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