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Love to pick up Sophia’s outstanding and famous Greek yogurt when we are in the neighborhood as well as visit the terrific olive bar. Occasionally splurge for a quick lunch bite such as their authentic cheese pies in phyllo dough - Tiropita. This one was...More
Sophia's is a very nice, small Greek market.
They have a variety of frozen, canned/jarred, and fresh foods, both sweet and savory. They've got everything from olives to individual portions of fresh moussaka, to gemista (stuffed peppers with rice or meat), to octopus salad, to...More
The only better yogurt I had was in Greece when I was in college, and memory has a way of making things special. So, likely, this is the best yogurt I have ever had. It is the reason to come here. Once here, there is...More
People come from all over to stock up on Greek food items. I go for olive oil, olives, the many varieties of feta, stuffed peppers, and, above all, Sophia's homemade yogurt. The yogurt comes in a number of honey-sweetened flavors, and also frozen. However, the...More
Came here for homemade Greek yogurt it was very good and I recommend it. Also tried spinach pie which was average nothing special. They offer other Greek desserts and foods as well. Would definitely try them out again
Went in with friends who raved about the yogurt and we were offered tastes of the flavors to help make up our minds. I bought a medium size of honey raspberry and ate some for dessert with fresh raspberries and for breakfast the next day...More
Sophia's Greek yogurt is legendary! This place is a "destination" shop for Greek yogurt. They also have a fantastic Olive bar - reasonably priced - and offer great fresh baked spanakopita, tiropitas and such for grabbing a quick to-go breakfast or lunch