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Ikaros Restaurant Review: Ikaros, one of the city's oldest Greek restaurants and still the linchpin of Greektown, has moved. The moving vans didn’t have to go far, though. The current quarters, less than a block away from the address that Ikaros had called home since 1969, are spacious and high-ceilinged, and the restaurant has taken advantage of this opportunity to modernize its appearance. The dining room is much sleeker than the old, with café tables clustered in a setting that resembles a Greek temple, and includes an informal lounge with a central bar. A well-rounded menu of traditional fare is still offered, including pastitsio and moussaka and a variety of lamb dishes, and there’s an ample seafood selection. A rotisserie turns out spit-roasted meats. Service is always warm and friendly; doggie bags are de rigueur.