Eating comfort food reminds you of the way your parents cooked before they, according to some beliefs, became beings of pure energy. Take a bite down memory lane with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Diner Food for Lunch or Dinner
The menu includes sandwiches such as the reuben ($9.99) or chicken souvlaki ($9.99) and entrees such as breaded and grilled pork chops ($12.49) and baked spaghetti ($12.49).
Voula's Good Eats
A smiling image of Voula Athan, half of the husband-and-wife team that runs Voula’s Good Eats, beams from the cover of the menu, welcoming diners to try the simple comfort foods within. Voula’s husband, Bill, crafts the soups, salad dressings, and cream pies from scratch, other components, such as the spaghetti sauce and tartar sauce are also made in house. The couple’s shared Greek heritage shines through in the traditional ingredients that they infuse into classic diner dishes. Feta cheese and kalamata olives tumble into omelets, and the sandwich list showcases gyros and chicken souvlaki alongside reubens and burgers. The couple reflects the comforting nature of the food in their warm, inviting dining room with high wood rafters that allow in plenty of natural light and leave plenty of room to enjoy meals while still forming a human pyramid.
89% of 590 customers recommend
“Ligh airy decent food”
“This little gem is hidden away in a strip mall. The décor is warm and inviting and everything is very clean. From the moment we walked in the door, groupon in hand,...”
“This little gem is hidden away in a strip mall. The décor is warm and inviting and everything is very clean. From the moment we walked in the door, groupon in hand, we were treated as full paying guests and made to feel welcomed. The Friday nite special was a rib eye steak, pronounced perfect by my husband. I chose the chicken fried steak from the senior menu. The coating on the steak was crispy and light and the gravy quite tasty. Dessert came with our dinner. There are booths as well as tables available. The room arrangement lends itself to a large group so may just have to bring the extended family next time.”