Appropriately located just across the street from St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church, this large stucco building with blue trim and hand-painted murals is justly famous for its gyros, fries, and hearty Greek salads. Order this to go: Gyros, the meat a blend of rotisserie-sliced beef and lamb, make great carry-out options; add a meze plate, some spicy feta spread, and some flaky spanakopita (spinach and feta in phyllo triangles). There are also a variety of pita wraps, filled with all manner of charbroiled meat, vegetables, or falafel. Pro tip: Dine on one of the two outdoor patios or add a bottle of retsina to your order and take home a family meal, which serves four (or more) and includes gyros, charbroiled chicken skewers, hummus, tzatiki sauce, pitas, and baklava.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.