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This is my favorite Greek restaurant in Pittsburgh because it is authentic Greek right down to the friendliness and warmth of the staff. As soon as you enter, you know you have found a neighborhood gem. Delicious food!!
After being turned away from our originally intended location, my husband and I found this tiny spot on the trendy Butler St. In Lawrenceville. The food was very authentic, came out quickly, and was so fresh and satisfying. BYOB, be advised, and they (judging by...More
Four of us all had gyros. Husband had fried cheese (good but not $14 worth). Sis in law had spanakopita. Said it was very good with fresh spinach. Dessert was rice pudding which was out of this world. BYOB too. Charming place, we sat outside...More
Had drinks at Morcilla and then friend and I went in search of food (no overpriced tapas for us thank you very much). Originally planned to go for Mexican but then spotted Pastitsio and as it has been a while since we had eaten Greek...More
Although the Spankopita was small it was pretty good.
Then we ate the salad-which looked odd at the beginning but was really seasond well with balsamic dressing and olive oil.
.At last we ate the Hummus which looked wierd too,but was special and delicious.
I was walking past the stores and saw this quaint little place that looked welcoming! I was served a delicious hot broccoli soup with delicious pita bread! Whether its a fact that it was starting to snow outside, r I was hungry, it was a...More