SVL Bar is a fast-casual Greek spot specializing in souvlaki and gyros of chicken, pork, beef, and lamb. The move here is the mini gyros - you get four mini pitas with each of the different meats. This is enough food for two people, but it also comes with a big portion of nicely spiced fries. SVL Bar is located right by the entrance to the N and W trains at Astoria Boulevard, so it works well for a quick stop or takeout on your way home.
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