Even with their sights set on eternal glory, the well-armored Achaeans besieging Troy had to break for dinner. Bring bounteous Hellenic fare across the wine-dark sea and straight into your mouth, the skilled breaker of horses, with today’s Groupon to Stephano’s Greek and Mediterranean Grill. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Greek and Mediterranean fare during dinner, served from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., plus a complimentary beer of the day.
- For $7, you get $14 worth of Greek and Mediterranean fare during lunch, served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.<p>
As an added bonus, customers will receive a baklava dessert when they check-in on Facebook.
The dedicated chefs of Stephano’s Greek and Mediterranean Grill infuse the flavors of faraway lands into made-from-scratch delicacies. A varied menu showcases tasty dishes that range from succulent beef-and-lamb gyros ($6.24) to vegetarian options such as a warm falafel pita sandwich teeming with hummus ($6.24) and a dippable baba ganoush with pita bread ($3.25 for a small). Kitcheneers stack layers of eggplant, potatoes, and spiced meat to construct homemade moussaka ($7.86) before drizzling the savory tower in béchamel sauce. A complimentary beer during dinner will help keep conversation flowing like the mighty aqueducts of Atlantis or the cynical comments of Socrates during his summer job at a comic-book store.
Stephano’s inviting environs—with muted yellow walls lavished in glowing sconces and eye-catching art—pair with casual but efficient service for an enjoyable dining experience that’s less muddling than a night out with David Lynch.
Stephano's Greek and Mediterranean Grill
When Stephano Baghnebanian and his mother, Afronia, founded their first restaurant in 1998, their goal was to bring authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine to the area. Since then, they've changed the eatery's name and expanded the dining area, but the menu still contains a familiar collection of sandwiches, platters, and consonants. Cooks continue to slice tender, roasted meats off the kitchen's three gyro rotisseries, pack vegetarian pita sandwiches with crispy falafel, and glaze their house-made pastitsio's layers of spiced meat and macaroni with creamy béchamel sauce.
After ordering from the counter, diners can settle into the sconce-lit dining space and watch three flat-screen TVs as they display archival footage of prime ministers trimming their whiskers. Stephano's recently opened a new location in Henderson that serves lunch and dinner.