From Our Editors
Baby Greek’s artwork-bedecked walls inspire patrons with themes from classical antiquity, and its kitchen serves up made-to-order Greek and American dishes. After plopping down in a plush booth seat, starved stomachs torn between carnivorous craving and herbivorous hunger can tuck into a hearty gyro and greek salad with homemade dressing ($7.29). Those with a penchant for patty-shaped provisions may enjoy an old-fashioned cheeseburger ($4.39), and palates stuck on sticks will delight in a chicken-kebab dinner, served with rice and a savory sauce ($8.99). The eatery's seasonal outdoor seating lets guests enjoy meals while surveying the sky for cloud doppelgangers of one another.