I grew up in an area with a few Orthodox Churches, and one of them is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral that is located a short distance from our family home.
This cathedral does very good (like, the best in our fairly large city) fish fries during Lent, and also has nice events durng the year with awesome food, as they run a catering/ event hall to make money for their church. The food and drink is out of this world and our family as well as many other families from our parish were always going over there for fish fry, Christmas fair, and more recently I have attended their Romanian Festival which was just wonderful.
Everyone I meet there who is serving food or working for the Church has always been super nice. Of course they are making money off people attending the events, but they also just seemed to be nice friendly people in general.
I know that Orthodox churches are not in communion with Rome, but I just wondered if the Romanian Orthodox Church has generally friendly relations with Latin Rite Catholics, or is this just a regional thing?