Great Gyros. They had a food truck set up during Pumpkinfest I think. Have eaten there since as well.
Not much room to sit and eat. I found the food to be pretty typical - the service was fast though. I am pretty particular about my humus and I did not like theirs - but that is just a matter of taste - I like creamy and this was chunky....
Don't expect a fancy restaurant. It's not gourmet. Expect really good basic gyros. Some stuff is pre-made and some stuff isn't. If your wondering ask, you'll get an honest answer. Don't expect american huge portions either. However, I have two (big) sixteen year old sons and both of them are satisfied with a Lamb Gyro and side of fries for... More
The title says it all! Food is delicious, service is great and so are the prices! It is a "humble setting" and you may get your food to go but it is very, very good and the service is speedy.
Billyabe writing again, because the typo is just driving me nuts--and Spiro's deserves better! It is the kind of neighborhood place you grow up with and remember as having the greatest food ever. And you would be right!
Spiro's (NOT Sprios!) is hardly a restaurant at all--it is almost literally a hole in the wall and it is open at what seems to be whimsical hours. Seating is beyond basic--there is a table or two with what passes for chairs. Decor is one out-of-date Greek photo calendar. But the gyros! They are so fantastic you will not believe... More
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