They have gone out of business.
If you are going to be a Greek restaurant you need hummus.....
Thank you so much for the wonderful dinner. We have been telling many people already how great your restaurant is. I can't wait to visit again.
Chicken Souvlaki was not so good. It needs more flavor, it was bland. Everything else was great and I will be back.
$5.00 for parking and barely in an unpavedackyard , very odd. Kitchen was very slow and there were only 3 tables. Food was ok some mishaps but I could live with it. Waiter was great. Probably won't visit again.
Gyro meat very salty the night we were there. Large servings. Very casual.
I like the atmosphere you're going for, especially outside, but that menu really needs some depth. There are too many other Greek places in town with better menus, and food, for the same price (or less).
From Our Editors
The façade of Agora rises up as homage to the Parthenon—the enormous Doric columns reaching upward to support a golden frieze where the eatery’s name is emblazoned in bronze letters. Through the double doors and back onto the 6,000-square-foot rooftop patio, rows of pristine white couches bathe in sunlight. There, servers carry out platters of lamb burgers, skewered sirloin, and flaky spanakopita. Aromas of peppers, roasting eggplant, and parsley fill the air, giving one the sensation of having stepped into a Greek kitchen or virtual-reality simulator stuck on the Greek Kitchen setting. A sports bar is also available downstairs.