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Greek Food Restaurants In Miami

Mapped Restaurants Miami

Taverna Opa Taverna Opa Miami 3 Star Rating

36 Ocean Dr Miami beach
(305) 673-6730

Miami Greek Restaurant near Ocean Dr And 1St St

The Pita Pit The Pita Pit Miami 3 Star Rating

1321 Washington Ave Miami beach
(305) 535-8333

Miami Middle Eastern Restaurant near Washington Ave And 13Th St

Mykonos Mykonos Miami 3 Star Rating

1201 Coral Way Miami
(305) 463-8512

Miami Greek Restaurant near Sw 3Rd Ave And Sw 22Nd St

Stoupsy's Of Athens Stoupsy's Of Athens Miami 3 Star Rating

350 SE 1st St Miami
(305) 372-3663

Miami Greek Restaurant near Se 1St St And Se 3Rd Ave

Pega Grill Pega Grill Miami 3 Star Rating

15 E Flagler St Miami
(305) 808-6666

Miami Greek Restaurant near E Flagler St And N Miami Ave

Athens Juice Bar Athens Juice Bar Miami 3 Star Rating

1214 Washington Ave Miami beach
(305) 672-4648

Miami Greek Restaurant near Washington Ave And 12Th St offering dine in

Maria Greek Restaurant Maria Greek Restaurant Miami 3 Star Rating

2359 Coral Way Coral gables
(305) 856-0938

Miami Greek Restaurant near Coral Way And Alhambra Cir offering dine in

Maroosh Maroosh Miami 3 Star Rating

223 Valencia Ave Coral gables
(305) 476-9800

Miami Greek Restaurant near Valencia Ave And Ponce De Leon Blvd

ouzo's greek taverna & bar ouzo's greek taverna & bar Miami 3 Star Rating

940 71st St Miami beach
(305) 864-9848

Miami Greek Restaurant near 77Th St And Dickens Ave offering dine in

Greek Place Greek Place Miami 3 Star Rating

233 95TH St Surfside
(305) 866-9628

Miami Greek Restaurant near Abbott Ave And 95Th St offering dine in , delivery and takeout.

Greek Restaurants Miami

There's so much more to Greek cuisine than the olives and olive oil, feta cheese and lamb that automatically come to mind. Miami Greek restaurants usually feature a wide array of healthy yet delicious dishes that represent the different cultures that have influenced Greece, from Southern Europe to the Middle East. Other popularly-used ingredients include tomatoes, aubergine, potatoes, okra, beans, goat meat, mutton, and seafood aside from the traditionally liberal use of fragrant herbs such as thyme and dill. First-timers will be tantalized by a smorgasbord of mezedes or appetizers that most restaurants offer. Follow this up with a bowlful of thick stew, a hearty salad, or a platter of grilled meat or seafood. Sweet and rich desserts, such as the honey- drenched baklava, will round off a satisfying meal in any of Miami's authentic restaurants.

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