New openings

Okay so Daphne’s Greek Cafe finally opened in Midtown, and as predicted, it HAS added to the mayhem that is the 19th Street Safeway’s parking lot. I also got a coupon flyer in the mail for the new restaurant, but I haven’t used it yet. Anyone venture in? Yesterday we were over at the Silver Horse (who’s actually “The Iron Horse“) Safeway, and the smell of Gyro meat was tinting the air. Yum.

At the same time, Fin’s Market across the street is also open. They were strangely bereft of customers, although it WAS only about 11:30 on a Saturday morning. Perhaps it was too early for fish. Some people eat fish for breakfast, but apparently not too many eat it in Sacramento. (It should be noted that this is number four for Fin’s here in the city region–maybe it’s just not a midtown brunch item, when you can go to the Cornerstone restaurant, a few blocks over.)

2 Comments so far

  1. Lisa (unregistered) on July 2nd, 2007 @ 12:26 pm

    I tried Daphne’s the other day. It’s a pretty good option for fast Greek food, though I tried the unadventurous hummus and falafel combo. Reasonable prices and a nice change of pace.

  2. byshop (unregistered) on July 6th, 2007 @ 8:12 am

    I have eaten at the Daphne’s in Roseville several times. I always get the veggie combo. Dolma’s, spanokapita, falafel, hummus, salad and pita for $8.00. Decent greek, reasonable price. My fav. fast greek is in Folsom, Pita Pita, best hummus I have had in this area ( I believe the same people ran Marlena’s on Sylvan and Auburn in CH).

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