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$15 for $30 Worth of Greek Fare
Entrees include lamb-shish-kebob platters ($16.95), Greek-style salmon ($17.95), moussaka ($14.95), and pastitsio ($14.95). See the full menu.
In 1978, Kyriakos Kalfas and his wife Ralitsa opened Spartacus Restaurant in Huntington, New York, taking after Ralitsa’s father, who had opened a cafeteria in Winston-Salem after returning home from WWII. In the early '90s, the Kalfas were drawn back to North Carolina and opened their own establishment in Durham. Since then, the restaurant’s menu has continued to pique appetites and garner praise—its tzatziki-covered lamb kebabs and flaming saganaki helped the eatery earn a Best of the Triangle award from Indy Week in 2013. Guests can enjoy a relaxing evening in the elegant, yet casual dining room. Private rooms are available.
The portions were generous, and the preparation was truly outstanding. The service was extraordinary too.Gian H., 8/11/12
I love their Greek salad with grilled chicken. I love it. There. I said it.Dale H., 11/10/12
“Combo Greek appetizer is awesome and enough to make splitting an entree a smart choice unless you are really starving!”
“We ordered off the menu and were very pleased with our meals. The people going through the lunch buffet looked as if they were enjoying themselves, but we tend to...”
“We ordered off the menu and were very pleased with our meals. The people going through the lunch buffet looked as if they were enjoying themselves, but we tend to eat in smaller portions and are overwhelmed by buffets.”
“Raviololi is excellent. Atmosphere is nice. Staff was great. ”
4139 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd.
Durham, North Carolina 27707