Few things are as satisfying as a good meal or the thrum of a crossbow as it sends a bolt into a ham. Hit the spot with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Greek cuisine for two or more at dinner
- $35 for $80 worth of Greek cuisine for four or more at dinner
The dinner menu includes pan-fried and brandy-flambéed kefalograviera cheese ($8.95), lamb chops marinated for 24 hours in garlic and fresh herbs ($26.95), and scallops sautéed with white wine and capers ($25.95).
Trata Greek Taverna
Rochelle Koff of The Miami Herald wrote that Trata Greek Taverna "isn't the typical belly-dancing, confetti-tossing, plate-breaking Mediterranean restaurant. Its spell is more subtle, cast by a charming staff led by co-owner Dimitrios 'Jimmy the Greek' Tsiakanikas, who warmly greets patrons with a 'welcome home.'" His hearty salutations drift from a building the color of fresh artichoke leaves out onto a covered patio with flower boxes and twinkling string lights.
In the dining room, lights like glowing tulips hang over the fully stocked bar, casting a buttery glow on flame-kissed kabobs, gyros, spanakopita, and lamb chops soaked in olive oil and fresh herbs for 24 hours. Lilac napkins cover diners' laps as servers arrive with flaming cheese saganaki, the crackling flame punctuated by shouts of “opa.” Photographs of ocean-side Greek villages and stone statues on the wall give one the feeling of having landed in the sun-soaked country without constantly getting hit in the head by college kids throwing discuses.
87% of 757 customers recommend
“Accommodating. Delicious food. Everything came out together as requested.”
“Excellent food and service!”
“We were quite pleased with the quality of the food, and the service and attention paid to our every request was very much appreciated. We have no difficulty in ...”
“We were quite pleased with the quality of the food, and the service and attention paid to our every request was very much appreciated. We have no difficulty in recommending this restaurant to other patrons.”