Melita's Greek Cafe and Market

1035 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203 Directions
+13036291624
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Kathryn S.
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Report | 2 months ago
Grecian Plate is enough for 4 people.
Desiree B.
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Report | 3 months ago
Cute lil place.. Order at the counter.. Food was good!!
Aaron R.
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Report | 4 months ago
Best gyro platter in town! Love the new 2 for 1 wine happy hour!
Rachael I.
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Report | 4 months ago
Got the greek orzo-- SO GOOD!
Kesley K.
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Report | 4 months ago
Great Greek food
connie l.
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Report | 4 months ago
Wonderful food, nice informal atmosphere.
Trisha F.
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Report | 5 months ago
Delicious greek food and reasonably priced greek groceries. Also, happy hour 3-7 M-TH
Laura K.
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Report | 5 months ago
Everything we ordered was delicious. It may be the best baklava I've ever had.
Matthew I.
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Report | 5 months ago
Great gyros!
Jessica H.
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Report | 5 months ago
The food was amazing! The service was fast and friendly. And the restaurant is adorable. Very very pleased :)
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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.

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Denver Restaurant Guide

Denver is a relatively young city, and its culinary scene reflects its age. Chefs there have a focus on locally sourced, organic produce and seasonal ingredients prepared simply for their patrons. The dishes in most Denver restaurants are approachable yet creative, without any of the stuffiness or pretension found in many east coast restaurants.

The critics at Zagat and Fodor's have chosen Mizuna as one of Denver's top restaurants. Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, Mizuna draws on chef-owner Frank Bonnano's Italian heritage for many of the dishes, although there are many classic American dishes served as well. Other top-rated Denver food venues include Rioja in Larimer Square and Restaurant Kevin Taylor in the downtown area.

People with a yearning for street food head to Biker Jim's Restaurant. The restaurant, which still operates food carts and trucks around the city, got its start on the streets of Denver, serving hotdogs that are locally produced and completely nitrate-, antibiotic- and hormone-free. Adventurous diners can be seen eating hotdogs made from wild boar, rattlesnake and pheasant, while the more conservative patrons feast on vegan, duck or bacon-wrapped dogs.

Some Denver dining venues lean towards the unusual. At Vesta Dipping Grill, for instance, it really is all about the sauce. The restaurant serves all of its dishes with a complementary dipping sauce, making Vesta a favorite for families with small children. Beatrice & Woodsley on South Broadway have brought the outdoors inside, with a design and architectural touches that are second only to the food.

Denver's restaurants encompass many world cuisines. Trillium on Larimer Street specializes in Scandinavian cuisine, Cuba Cuba Cafe and Bar in the Golden Triangle neighborhood features authentic Cuban food and Domo Restaurant in Lincoln Park is decidedly Japanese. New Saigon on South Federal Boulevard specializes in unusual Vietnamese dishes, best eaten by adventurous foodies.

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Many people described the Souvlaki as Love.
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Many people described the Greek Cuisine as Good.
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Many people described the Dolmas as Not Like.
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Many people described the Tzatziki as Homemade.
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Many people described the Falafel as Good.
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- 33%


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Many people described the Baklava as Great.
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Many people described the Pita Bread as Fresh.
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Many people described the Greek Salad as Great. Others thought:
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  • Small
Many people described the Feta as Delicious.
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