For two decades, Kafé Neo has served honest, full-flavored, refreshingly nongreasy Greek fare to a clientele that knows the difference—and now in three Snohomish County locations. Its music is a mix of everything Greek, from 1920s classics for the old folks to the latest CDs from Athens. Its menu covers the basics and more: pastitsio and browned-butter pasta, fish and calamari gyros, peppers stuffed with lamb and feta, a dinnertime olive list. (Will that be kalamata or green nafplion with your retsina, sir?) A slow-roasted lunchtime lamb entrée is so rich it seems deliciously sinful to eat it while the sun shines. Desserts are equally varied; don't miss the moist orange-walnut karithopita, the ultimate coffee cake.