A gyro is often covered with something from every food group, much like somebody in an infomercial for a shoddy new kind of blender. But wait, there’s more with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$18 for a gyro dinner for two (up to a $36.50 total value)
- Two all-natural gyros or salads (up to an $8.50 value each)
- One side (up to a $3.50 value)
- Two beers or glasses of wine (up to an $8 value each)<p>
$10 for $20 worth of Mediterranean food and drinks<p>
The menu includes gyros ($7) filled with cider-glazed pork, free-range chicken, or a savory blend of lamb and beef. Salads brim with lamb and beef, scallions, pepperoncini, feta, pita crumbles, and capers ($8.50), and cooks sprinkle greek fries with lemon juice and feta ($3). <p>
Covo Gyro Market
A row of vertical spits spins slowly in the kitchen of Covo Gyro Market, evenly roasting all-natural meats packed by hand into savory cones. There's a herb-infused amalgam of lamb and beef, a rotating round of pork glazed with apple cider and brown sugar, and a tower of free-range chicken marinated in lemon juice, garlic, and Mediterranean spices.
Chefs carve these all-natural meats into slivers, then stuff them into house-baked pita bread augmented with condiments such as cilantro yogurt or white balsamic dressing. Diners can round out meals with grain salads or baskets of hand-cut fries sprinkled with lemon juice and feta like the pillows of all hotels in Athens. In the warm glow cast by rows of hanging lights, bartenders fill glasses with draft wines or frothy pours of Goose Island beer.