I called about 5 days in advance to make reservations. i always think everywhere will be packe don NYE. I was told they were having 2 seatings. 4-8 and after 8. One might assume that after 8 meant there would be ferstivities especially since they wer having "seatings". Made reservations for 8. We arrived a party of 4 and the place was deader than a regular Saturday night. The whole row by the windows was full but the rest of the restuaurant was empty.
Waitress was nice enough. Could have made more of an effort on NYE though I thought. Sangria was not avaiable by the glass or less than 1/2 a picher. I don't know why? Perhaps the bar tender can't divide.
Deep fried zucchini was very greasy, not good and extremety overpriced at $7.50. Homous was good, lots of garlic and chopped onion on top, but only came with ONE piece of pita. It was also a very small portion.
Spanikotpita was very good as usual and not too badly priced as a platter. Prawn souvlaki was VERY overpriced at $21! That's more than I've paid anywhere and it was good by not spectacular. The rice was nice and the potatoes were amazing as always. Caesar salad average and the Greek salad was AWFUL. The tomatoes were mealy (try grape tomatoes at this time of year Chef) and the dressing and cheese tasted bad, like there was something off.
A very small child had a Shirley Temple and they served this HUGE almost pint sized glass of it to her and she couldn't drink most of it. We were charged $4 for that. Not too impressed.
What really surprised me was that the place was basically shutting down at 9:30! There was no entertainment, not belly dancers nothing! On NYE. Weird.
Not a sepcial night at all, but it would have been fine for a regualr weekday.