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Combo Platter for Two or Greek Fare at Melita’s Greek Café & Market (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

Southwest, Capitol Hill

93% of 367 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Traditional Greek fare such as souvlaki and falafel as well as inventive, guacamole-topped gyros

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 26th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for catering. Not valid for groceries. Combo platter option not valid for delivery. Extra fee for delivery. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose From Three Options

  • $14 for a combination plate for two at dinner (up to a $27.99 value)
  • $10 for $20 worth of Greek fare during breakfast or dinner
  • $5 for $10 worth of Greek fare during lunch

Two-person combination plates include the vegetarian sampler or the Grecian Delight––an ample spread of gyros, chicken souvlaki, falafel, and olives. The rest of the menu includes the hercules cheeseburger with horseradish mustard ($8.99), individual greek pizzas with feta and green peppers ($7.99), and guacamole-topped gyros supreme pitas ($9.25).

Melita’s Greek Café & Market

The A.V. Club described Melita's as "a daring lunchtime experiment" for fusing Greek and Mexican flavors into such dishes as the sheep's-milk-cheese chicken quesadilla or the gyros supreme, a hearty pita sandwich loaded with fresh guacamole. Their personal-sized greek pizza, which was named “best pizza at a Greek market” by Westword, delivers grilled tomatoes and kalamata olives on a crispy crust, and the greek burger piles gyro meat and updated translations of The Iliad atop a grilled patty. Patrons can dine on these or more traditional dishes––from chicken souvlaki to falafel––and sip on imported Greek beer and wine inside or on a sunny front patio.

The Gist

What some people are buzzing about:


The result is a falafel that breaks apart as soon as it touches your teeth, then gives way to a moist, satisfying center

Andy Thomas, Denver Westword, 1/28/10

The lamb gyro is HUGE. Its the ultimate gyro. The veggies are cut fresh, and lamb seared RIGHT in front of you!

Anna R., Yelp, 5/31/12


93% of 367 customers recommend

  • “Grecian Plate is enough for 4 people.”

  • “Cute lil place.. Order at the counter.. Food was good!!”

  • “Best gyro platter in town! Love the new 2 for 1 wine happy hour! ”

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    Southwest, Capitol Hill

    1035 Lincoln St.

    Denver, Colorado 80203


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