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Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

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Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

Can you suggest any Traditional places to eat with views of the Parthenon?

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1. Re: Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

you are not going to find tradition-views of the acropolis...usually the clear views of the acropolis are being provide from expensive restaurants...there are many lovely taverns to enjoy a meal in Athens...but it would be better to make a special meal with the views of the acropolis..here are some places with views...restaurabts with nouvelle cuisine..but some of these among the best restaurants in Greece(varoulko,orizontes lycabetous)

www.varoulko.gr

www.kastelorizo.com.gr/uk/orizodes.html (orizontes lycabetous on lycabetous hill)

grandebretagne.gr/html/dining-gb-roof-eng.htm (roof top of grande bretagne hotel)

http://www.titania.gr/RestaurantsBars.asp

(olive garden restaurant at titania hotel)

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2. Re: Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

Try taverna "Strofi" close to Herodion: The adress is Rovertou Galli 25

Filistron at Apostolou Pvlou Street is not a tavern, mainly serves special plates (mezedes). It has the best view to Acropolis and it is not so expensive as the restaurants.

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3. Re: Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

Attalos taverna between Thision and Monastiraki metro stations

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4. Re: Traditional Tavernas with views of the Parthenon

Disagree with one of previous posters about the "Strofi" taverna. I found the place not particularly attractive, the food barely adequate in quality (no fish dishes to boot), and the management very grumpy. Yes, you can see the Akropolis through a couple of the windows (no terrace dining in winter!), but that's not enough to justify going there if you ask me.

Try the Tou Psarra in the Plaka instead (no view of the Akropolis, but a lovely view of the Lykavittos). …nytimes.com/top/…