Introducing a date to foreign cuisine can make you seem exotic, much like only communicating with them in the language you just invented. Be worldly with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Greek food and drinks
- $19 for $40 worth of Greek food and drinks for a party of four or more
The menu includes a spanakopita platter ($9.95), lamb chops ($17.25), a gyro sandwich ($7.50), and a famous combo with gyros and souvlaki ($14.95).
Greek Islands Cafe
When Liz and Jerry Bishop were dating in the 1960s, they discovered they both adored Greek food and spent hours dining in Greek restaurants. Luckily, they were living in Chicago at the time, and the cuisine’s presence in Greektown and beyond kept the couple well fed. But when they moved to San Diego in 1978, the food wasn’t as prevalent, so they decided to open their own restaurant where they could serve the meals of their beloved culinary style.
With its terra cotta roof and tables perched seaside, Greek Islands Cafe looks like it was plucked from a Mediterranean village. The building wasn’t actually brought from Greece, but the recipes were—the chef, Peggy, builds dishes using traditional recipes from relatives living in the foothills of Mount Olympus. Beyond the recipes, the Bishops have developed some traditions of their own. Those who order the cafe’s saganaki, athenian chicken, and souvlaki might have the food served by the couple’s children, Chris and Melissa, or fellow patrons who just felt like stretching their legs.
93% of 560 customers recommend
“Be careful if you park in metered parking there at seaport village my dinner cost me an extra 42 bucks for expired meter it's so lovley there the time passed...”
“Be careful if you park in metered parking there at seaport village my dinner cost me an extra 42 bucks for expired meter it's so lovley there the time passed quickly.The humas was fantastic”
“Good food. Beautiful view of the San Diego Harbor.”
“Nice atmosphere, great food”