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Greek Food Restaurants In Dallas

Mapped Restaurants Dallas

Veranda Greek Cafe Veranda Greek Cafe Dallas 3 Star Rating

5433 N Macarthur Blvd Irving
(972) 518-0939

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Hanson Dr And Tri Gas Dr

Kostas Cafe Kostas Cafe Dallas 3 Star Rating

1050 W Park Blvd Plano
(972) 424-6320

Dallas Greek Restaurant near W Park Blvd And Alma Dr

Tasty Greek Incorporated Tasty Greek Incorporated Dallas 3 Star Rating

1906 E Belt Line Rd Ste A Carrollton
(972) 416-7884

Dallas Greek Restaurant near E Belt Line Rd And Josey Ln offering dine in

Ziziki's Ziziki's Dallas 3 Star Rating

4514 Travis St, Ste 122 Dallas
(214) 521-2233

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Travis St And Armstrong Ave

The Pita Pit The Pita Pit Dallas 3 Star Rating

105 Avenue A Denton
(940) 484-7482

Dallas Middle Eastern Restaurant near Ave A And W Hickory St

Taverna Pizzeria & Risottoria Taverna Pizzeria & Risottoria Dallas 3 Star Rating

3210 Armstrong Ave Dallas
(214) 520-9933

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Armstrong Ave And Cole Ave offering delivery and takeout.

Opa Grille Opa Grille Dallas 3 Star Rating

12829 Preston Rd Ste 220 Dallas
(972) 661-0134

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Preston Rd And Harvest Hill Rd

Stratos Restaurant Stratos Restaurant Dallas 3 Star Rating

2907 W Northwest Hwy Dallas
(214) 352-3321

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Lombardy Ln And Geraldine Dr offering dine in

Bistro A Bistro A Dallas 3 Star Rating

6815 Snider Plz Dallas
(214) 373-9911

Dallas Greek Restaurant near Mockingbird Ln And Golf Dr offering dine in

Yum Yum Yum Yum Dallas 3 Star Rating

141 N Plano Rd Richardson
(469) 330-8500

Dallas Greek Restaurant near University Village Dr And N Plano Rd

Greek Restaurants Dallas


There's so much more to Greek cuisine than the olives and olive oil, feta cheese and lamb that automatically come to mind. Dallas 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 Dallas's authentic restaurants.

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