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Monday, February 23, 2015

pop-we Dinner Club Reviews Jim and Jennie’s Greek Village

Opa! population-we™ (pop-we) foodie Randy decided we would have Greek this month at Jim and Jennie’s Greek Village located at 3026 N 90th Street in Omaha, NE. Established in 1985, Jim and Jennie’s has been serving up authentic Grecian food in this strip mall. In 2013, Jim and Jennie's was even named one of Best of Omaha by Omaha Magazine.

Jim and Jennie's Chicken Gyro.
When you walk through the doors you are standing in the dining area where you are greeted by one of the waitresses to seat you. Jim and Jennie’s is made up of two small dining areas: the first, when you immediately walk in; and the other, takes you past the kitchen immediately to the left until you arrive in the other small dining area. The restaurant's right wall is filled with mirrors and along the half wall, that separates the two dining areas, are Grecian statues as well as other artifacts. No matter if you're dining in for lunch or dinner, you will always spot Jim and Jennie working at the restaurant too.

Tonight I decided on trying the Lamb Kabob. The lamb was tender and cooked with a little pink in the center, which is perfect for me. The meal is served with rice, Greek potatoes, dinner roll and your choice of soup or salad. The rice cooked to perfection, but had little taste. As for the Greek potatoes, they were delicious, as they were cooked with a little olive oil and herbs. I loved the salad with the Greek olive, feta cheese and homemade dressing. The dinner roll; however, I never saw. Randy ordered the calamari for an appetizer, which is served with pita bread and a garlic lemon butter dipping sauce. Jim and Jennie's calamari is always well-seasoned and cooked to perfection with light breading. In my opinion, this calamari is one of the best in Omaha!

After compiling the surveys from the other foodies the pop-we Dinner Club gives Jim and Jennie’s Greek Village a 3.34 star average on a scale of 1-5.

Atmosphere/Decor – 3.20

Cleanliness – 3.40

Wait Staff – 3.20

Menu – 3.20

Food Presentation – 3.20

Food Portions – 3.7

Food Taste – 3.40

Cost (was the cost worth meal?) – 3.40

Noise Level – 3.30

Overall Experience – 3.40

For more information regarding directions, menu items, visit Jim and Jennie's website.

Fellow population-we™ readers, if you've been to Jim and Jennie’s leave us a comment and tell us what you thought?

Want to do this yourself? To review how to start your own dinner club, visit our January post about doing just that. Remember it is a template; tweak it to fit you and your friends' tastes. pop-we Dinner Club: good food…good friends…good times.

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