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“Always good ”
Review of Greektown Grille

Greektown Grille
Ranked #18 of 1,009 Restaurants in Greenville
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$8 - US$30
Cuisines: American, Greek
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Dining options: Lunch, Dinner
Description: Welcome to Greektown Grille at McBee Station. Located just 5,469 miles west of Sparta, Greece. The Kourlas family hopes that you will experience the true Greek philosophy, which simply is relax, enjoy the people you're with, enjoy your surroundings and above all, enjoy your meal. Greektown Grille features traditional authentic Greek food, Mediteranean inspired classics, and American favorites; bringing a taste of Greece to Greenville. We serve lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday and of course coffee and desserts all day. We also serve beer and wine and select Greek liquors such as ouzo and mataxa.
Reviewed October 25, 2018 via mobile

This is our go to spot for meeting people downtown. The food is always delicious and the restaurant spotless. Whatever you order will be great but be sure to treat yourself to soup and dessert!

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank Joyce854
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Reviewed October 13, 2018 via mobile

Great food ... we stopped here on our way home from the airport to Hendersonville after our 3 week trip to europe which included 5 places in Greece ... We say their food is equal if not better from our previous visits in Greece ... just our opinion ... My wife is 100% Italian but prefers Greek cuisine - sooo - Happy wife = Happy life

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank MichaelF8882
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Reviewed October 4, 2018 via mobile

My daughter and I ate here and loved It! One of the best gyros I have ever had! We also had Spanakopita appetizers that were very good. We were there during the after church crowd on Sunday, but still had quick service. Would definitely recommend!

Date of visit: September 2018
Thank MarthaFromAlabama
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

Did not want to fight 5:00 traffic so we stopped in to try this restaurant. Had a flaming cheese dish and it was good. Salad was good and the pita bread. Ground Beef and veal wrapped in grape leaves was just OK. Also the meat balls were just so, so. Wine list is adequate for this small place and very reasonable. Especially on Wednesday evenings when wines are 1/2 price. Limited offering but adequate.

Date of visit: September 2018
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Thank RoadHogGreenville
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Reviewed September 23, 2018

We visited this restaurant for a late afternoon lunch. It is small and a bit hard to find unless one is looking for it in the lower level of an apartment building. The cafe chairs and tables outside do help one to know that a restaurant is nearby, however. We entered passing the daily board outside of specials, but really did not pay too much attention as we were on a mission for good Gyros and Mediterranean tuna salad. We were richly rewarded! The Specialty Gyros was the tradiional that I have found hard to locate for the most part because often it is not prepared with the standing rotisserie...a must for the moist, seasoned and tender gyros! The pita bread, without a doubt, was the best I have EVER had the pleasure of tasting...do not know if it was homemade or from a very knowledgeable baker...it was amazing whatever the case and only enhanced the gyros and tzaziki sauce, etc. The accompanying fries were equally delicious: crispy, seasoned lightly with spices and thin...not the average frozen quick deep fried one is usually given these days as a "free" side. The Tuna salad was a very generous portion and for my partner's perspective " perfect" ! An order of Baklava finished up our meal. It was, as expected, rich, dripping with honey and a large enough portion that 2 could easily have shared...I did not. The only complaint...if that what it could be called, is that it was too cold for my taste. The lightness of the phyllo dough, minced nuts and honey would have benefitted from a quick warm up in the oven or...even a blast from a microwave...did I really say that !?! It was too cold to actually taste the mellowness of the honey and the nuts blending together on one's tongue. Our tab came to $32.73 for a meal for 2 including beverages and taxes. Otherwise, a must stop for anyone looking for authentic Greek fare...next time Mousaka or Pastichio?

Date of visit: September 2018
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Thank boocarolinas
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