138 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington; (617) 646-9266
Just over the border from the republic of Cambridge, here’s a bustling little Greek diner where the waitresses ask, What would youse like? Of course, they bring it out quickly and it’s all good stuff.
Everything looks good here. For breakfast try one of the many interesting omelettes, like the Popeye, filled with spinach and mushrooms, or Eggs Muckonos, with feta cheese and tomatoes. These range from $2.95 to $4.50, and they are hu-mongous. They come with home fries and toast natch.
For lunch the Happy Waitress Special ($3.95) is an open-face grilled cheese sandwich with bacon, tomato, and French fries, slaw, and pickles. On Fridays, try a cup of homemade clam chowder ($1.75). And, along with Greek and Italian dinners, Mine liked Chicken a la Arlington Diner ($8.95) which consists of chicken breasts, broccoli, and ziti sauteed in white wine, garlic, and butter. Pretty fancy for a diner, but the cozy place pulls it off. Don’t forget to check out the homemade ba-klava and other desserts, either. Open daily.
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