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Greektown Restaurants

Athena Restaurant
Athena Restaurant
(1275)
$$$$
Greek | Greektown, Chicago

Food & Service was very good. Gentle rain started & waiter immediately opened umbrella. Rain lasted minutes and ended lovely dinner with rainbow! More

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Santorini Greek Restaurant
Santorini Greek Restaurant
(745)
$$$$
Greek | Greektown, Chicago

Great service and food More

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Beggars Pizza
Beggars Pizza
(2)
$$$$
Pizzeria | Greektown, Chicago

For over 37 years Beggars Pizza has been serving the Chicagoland area great pizza and more! More

Discover Greektown

It should come as no surprise that Chicago’s Greektown is the Windy City’s go-to place for gyros, spanakopita, and other Hellenic staples. With multiple Greek restaurants serving locals and tourists alike, it may take some time to decide on your favorite option. You can enjoy a crisp refreshing Greek salad, or tuck into something a bit heartier like moussaka or pastitsio. If you’re looking for tableside entertainment, you can even order saganaki, a salty wedge of cheese that will be set aflame while you watch (a spectacle said to have been invented by Chris Liakouras of the now-closed Parthenon). Don’t forget to visit one of the neighborhood’s bakeries for dessert. Baklava, anyone?

Discover Greektown

It should come as no surprise that Chicago’s Greektown is the Windy City’s go-to place for gyros, spanakopita, and other Hellenic staples. With multiple Greek restaurants serving locals and tourists alike, it may take some time to decide on your favorite option. You can enjoy a crisp refreshing Greek salad, or tuck into something a bit heartier like moussaka or pastitsio. If you’re looking for tableside entertainment, you can even order saganaki, a salty wedge of cheese that will be set aflame while you watch (a spectacle said to have been invented by Chris Liakouras of the now-closed Parthenon). Don’t forget to visit one of the neighborhood’s bakeries for dessert. Baklava, anyone?