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Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Greek food for dinner
- $4 for $8 worth of Greek food for lunch
The dinner menu includes appetizers ($4.50–$7.79) such as saganaki and beef moussaka—a warm strata of eggplant, potatoes, and beef with six types of cheese. The lunch menu includes gyro, chicken, or falafel wraps ($5.25) and sides of baba ganouj and dolmades—grape leaves stuffed with beef, rice, and tomatoes.
Zorba Greek Restaurant
Flames dance on plates, and chefs light Greek cheese sautéed in olive oil tableside with triumphant shouts of “Opa!” At both of Zorba Greek Restaurant’s locations, saganaki and other dishes are as much a visual feast as a literal one. In bowls of tabbouleh, baba ganouj, and dolmades, the bright colors of parsley, grape leaves, tomatoes, and lentils mingle. Thinly sliced gyro meat dappled with tzatziki sauce spills forth steam like RoboCop trying to write a beautiful haiku.