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880 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Ste. 100B (Warsaw Rd.) Send to Phone
After fits and starts, Greek cuisine has suddenly bloomed in Atlanta. This spot offers the right stuff, prepared with the kind of enthusiasm one expects of a Greek family. Tasty work all around.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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: Natives of Greece, Gus and Rhula Liakakos (she does the cooking) and son Vasilios offer a few Greek dishes at their first restaurant, Sage Woodfire Tavern. But the ooopah! is out at the new endeavor, where Greek dishes rule and the wine list is entirely Greek. Greek music defines the atmosphere, too. Savor a fine Santorini with the feta cheese and pepper-feta spread with pita bread. Switch to a good Greek red with the pastitsio or lemon-bathed roast chicken. The dishes are rustic, full-bodied and aromatic, the kind of cooking you'd get in a Greek home. Lots of fish dishes, the usual lamb, avgolemono soup---all the right stuff is here. We wish the moussaka and pastitsio were made with lamb instead of beef, but that's about our only complaint. Baklava and good Greek coffee make the perfect finish. Good prices make this a value. An adjacent market is a good place to pick up some baklava to take home. Greek-themed events are held from time to time. Tell the kids they're going to Greece for the evening and make sure to go when there's music. It's a cultural experience.


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