VERNON GRILLE TO OPEN OCTOBER 11

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EPHARISTO, epharisto, epharisto, Vernon Grille in Hunters Point will open on October 11 according to its owner.  A look at its menu indicates Greek cuisine with more of an emphasis on meats than fish.  In addition there are some standard diner offerings as well.  Eventually they hope to be serving wine and beer but not on day 1.  The price points are moderate and the look is casual, so as long the food is good they should kill it in this neighborhood. Opa!

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5 thoughts on “VERNON GRILLE TO OPEN OCTOBER 11

  1. Natalie says:

    The cigarettes in the photo above says it all. I’ve watched groups of people chain smoking in there everyday for the past month having meetings etc… those are not people who care about the quality of and have pride in there brand new space. The menu is also very highly priced for standard fare and all over the place as far as what they are offering, from the awnings to the decor this place doesn’t look promising.

  2. Stephen T. says:

    Giant tv, check. Orange soda stocked, check. Cheesy Long Island diner decor, check. Casa Enrique prices, wait what?
    This place is a disaster waiting to happen. Why cant we have nice things on Vernon?

  3. Anonymous says:

    in response to the above comments I feel compelled to mention that I feel it’s always best to have a wait and see attitude. In regards to cigarette smoking, yes, it’s wrong but when this was written, they were not open and no food was on the premises. In regards to cheesy decor, it’s a Greek restaurant and they’re not professing to be fine dining and in regards to the prices, I can only imagine what the rent there is. I’ve been waiting for a Gyro type of place in the neighborhood and will reserve my judgement until they’re open, have tasted their food and see how i’m treated. On a larger scale, as a community, high turnover doesn’t help it can only hurt. Let’s see if the glass is half full before we rush to be cynical with half empty discouraging remarks.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I absolutely love this place!!!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Welcome to the neighborhood!

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