Food was great it's nice to have a place over here in town to eat Greek cuisine it's been so long since I haven't had such a tasty food congratulations to the chef he s doing a great job .
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This was a must stop on my latest visit to Seattle due to seeing this on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives. Small family restaurant, great service and a live band on a Saturday night. All of our food was amazing, as you can tell that...More
I mostly visit Georgia's for dinner when they have a Greek band playing. I have been for Balkan music too, and it was very enjoyable. The music is mostly in the winter as the soft Americans typically can't dance so vigorously in the warmer weather....More
With more of a diner feel, the restaurant is neither fancy nor trendy. But, what the setting lacks in ambiance is made up with the extensive menu offerings of good Greek food. We came midafternoon and had the choice of breakfast or lunch. I ordered...More
We were in the neighborhood and googled nearby restaurants. This was one of them and we were in the mood for Greek/Mediterranean. A small yet slightly cozy business. Several tables to choose from. Counter to side of entrance. Counter has cheeses and deserts for sell....More
Great omelet special with lots of vegetables. When you get the hashbrown, ask for it to be slightly toasted. Did I mention it taste better that way, LOL. I bought eggplant dip, not the best but then it can be because of my preferences with...More
Good variety of Greek dishes to choose from, all very well made. Family owned and run. Greek comfort food. As if your mama was Greek, a good cook and knew how to run a restaurant. Good variety of desserts too. Guy Fieri went here too,...More
Our family dined here recently after my wife saw the restaurant featured on triple D. The staff is very friendly and engaging. The restaurant is friendly and welcoming and has an authentic Greek feel. I had the Slovalaki dinner which was very good but it...More
The other night we went back for dinner to this friendly neighborhood Greek restaurant and the special was the lamb chops with minestra (orzo to Italians) Greek restaurants in Montreal, LA, New York SF and Greece itself never made this as well.
Perfectly cooked eggs. I had the scramble special with bacon, peppercinis, leeks, tomatoes, feta...hope they put this on the regular menu. My man had lamb souvaki and eggs. He said the lamb was marvelous and must have been because he didn't share. Georgia's serves up...More