This small West Village spot has a loyal following and an excellent Greek salad. It also has a great wine list full of Greek wines that start at $8 by the glass, and it’s perfect for a date night in the West Village when you want to share a bunch of things (like zucchini fritters and saganaki) and leave without spending all the money you have earmarked for clothing and shelter. Start with the lamb meatballs, and make a reservation. This place fills up at night.
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