Yanni's at the Landmark in Denver, Colorado is a traditional Greek-American restaurant that serves a range of dishes that feature fresh, local ingredients and from scratch cooking. There is a full bar and many wines by the glass as well at Yanni's, so you can find something refreshing to complement your dinner.
Yanni's menu is extensive and features a range of hot and cold appetizers, sandwiches, salads and main courses. Start with a combination platter, cold or warm calamari or spanakopita. Traditional Greek dinners include moussaka, the gyro platter and pasta a la Mykonos, and there are plenty of meals from the grill like souvlaki, shrimp and swordfish.
Delicious Lamb chops and Sea Bass. Service is good.
We went to Yanni's for a birthday dinner and it was great. There weren't many people there at all, expected for a Thursday evening (with a Broncos game that night, so pretty much everywhere had less people), but that just made it nicer. The outdoor seating has low lighting for the evening and the food was amazing. I personally recommend the Spanikopita. I can't wait for the chance to go again.
Yanni's is the perfect place for a casual date night or night out. It is right next door to the Landmark Theater at Greenwood Plaza. Perfect for dinner and a movie!
There was actually a piece of metal in my meal. I will NEVER eat there again.
Loved the Gyro and lamb shank. Service was great!
Always a special treat eating and visiting with family and friends at Yannis. Yanni and Amy make it personal with their warm attention to making everyone feel special with each visit. Food is delicious and always presented beautifully. I will ALAWAYS choose Yannis for special occassions or dates for lunch w girlfriends or dates for dinner w my hubby and daughter. Two thumbs up! Opa!
We went for my birthday, never had been there before, but I love Greek food and it was fabulous. My dinner companion had never had Greek food before and I have now converted him too! The owner greeted us with a hug, and spent the evening going from one table to the next talking with each guest and handing out " shots" of Ouzo! Great evening! Can't wait to go back! I had mousaka and it was fabulous!
Very good Greek food, and it's always nice to see Yanni and his shots of Ouzo.
Service was terrible. We had to ask for everything twice and even get our own utensils after our meal was delivered. Very disappointed.
It was our first time to Yanni's. We had an all-day event close by and thought we would try a place we hadn't tried before, as we love Greek food. We were greeted by a friendly hostess and Yanni himself came by with ouzo soon after our arrival, which we thought was a warm and friendly gesture. Our waitress was slow and hard to find most of the evening, although she was quite nice and friendly. The wine selection was pretty good, but marked way up. I was annoyed by the fact that when our bottle of wine was opened, it was opened by the bartender behind the bar and we weren't given the cork. I'm old school, but when you order a bottle, you should get to sniff the cork, keep the cork, etc. I asked for it and she did fetch it. The food was good. The moussaka and pastitsio were both very good with a great bechamel layer on top. The gyros were pretty good and the salad was excellent. I wish they had the avgolemeno soup, but they did not. The saganaki wasn't the best and it took forever to get it. The dolmades were pretty decent. The tzatziki sauce was delicious and plentiful. We would go again, because it's the closest Greek restaurant to our home that is decent. There are others, but Yanni's is better. However, our favorite is in Denver.