Aesthetically, this place is rather confusing. The layout is typical of a Sunshine Cafe (which I assume the place used to be at one time), but the decor is sort of neoclassical, with little columns and sculptures, and artificial greenery. Despite the name of the establishment, I saw no squares, nor any references to the 16th president. The menu is huge and varied, but a few items of Greek food stood out: perhaps for the same reason as the choice of classical motif. We pondered how one restaurant of this size could possibly stock all the ingredients required for such a varied menu, not to mention train their cooks in all the dishes to be prepared. The flatware was metal, plates were of china, but the cups were plastic. The tables are packed rather close together, so that I had to maneuver my chair around a bit to avoid running into the chair behind me, at the Skiles's table. The air was not noticeably smoky in the lefthand/non-smoking section, but there was a lot of smoke at the register when I went up to pay after the meal. The side of cole slaw was okay, but then, I'm not really a fan of the stuff. The fries, also on the side, were pretty good. Dressing came out on the side too. The sandwich was okay too. It could have used more kraut, and I didn't taste the cheese (as usual). There was no shortage of meat, but it was rather fatty. On the whole, Lincoln Square was okay, not on my list to recommend or to avoid.