28 "Greek" Restaurants in New York.
Kiki’s is a Greek place on the Lower East Side that’s packed every night, and serves good, affordable food.
Milos is a Midtown Greek restaurant specializing in fresh fish shipped in from the Mediterranean daily. It's pricey for dinner, but lunch is a steal.
An unexpectedly great Greek restaurant on York Avenue. If we just had a better way to get up here, we'd be here all the time. Who wants to carpool?
"NO MENUS. JUST FISH" is pretty much everything you need to know about this Astoria restaurant.
A classic Greek restaurant that's been around since the 80's, and still holds up today.
Pylos is a longtime Greek restaurant in the East Village, and it's a perfect back-pocket spot.
Kyma is a big, upsacle Greek restaurant near Union Square. The seafood is reliably good (but a little overpriced), and it’s easy to get a reservation.
In a pinch in the Lower East Side, Souvlaki GR supplied The Infatuation with some great Greek street food. Yes, it’s random. And yes, it’s delicious.
Kiki’s Grill is across the street from Kiki’s on the Lower East Side and serves a very similar menu of Greek food, but with much shorter waits.
There are a few Souvlaki GR locations in NYC, including this one in a small basement in Midtown East. Stop by for some great, casual Greek food.
Grk is a counter-service Greek chain that makes a pretty decent plate of shawarma. Try it for a quick lunch you’ll probably eat at your desk.
Uncle Gussy’s is a Greek food truck on Park Avenue in Midtown East where you can get a ton of good for $7.
Estiatorio Milos is a fancy Greek spot in Hudson Yards that works for corporate card meals when you don’t have a spending limit.
Milos Wine Bar is a casual, all-day spot in Hudson Yards that’s a good place to get an affordable glass of Greek wine.
Elea is a big Greek restaurant on the Upper West Side that’s perfect for when you want to eat some lamb chops and feel like you’re downtown.