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Taste of Greektown

Taste of Greektown

Date: Saturday & Sunday, August 27-28
Time: Noon to 11pm Daily
Location: 400 S. Halsted St. @ Van Buren | Chicago
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Hellenic pride will take center stage when this acclaimed annual culinary fest on Halsted Street in Chicago's happening West Loop returns for its 27th year. As most Chicagoans know, this strip of Halsted has been the epicenter of the city's acclaimed Greek restaurant scene for decades. Quite simply, Taste of Greektown is a romantic weekend celebration for lovers of Mediterranean culture.

Blending Old World traditions with a 21st century freshness, the tantalizing food and spirits from neighborhood eateries will again be the main attraction. There will also be plenty of music and entertainment including Greek bands and games for both kids and families. Opa

2015 Participating Restaurants

  • Artopolis (www.artopolischicago.com): This bakery and café opened more than 15 years ago to bring a true Eurpoean-style café to Chicago. They bring today's technologies together with passion and experience to produce a variety of fresh-baked offerings to be savored.
  • Athena Greek Restaurant (www.athenarestaurantchicago.com): Since it was established in 1997, Athena has provided customers with excellent quality Greek cuisine. In an effort to guide patrons through a journey full of flavors, Athena has become the medium between ancient Greek traditions and the modern Western World.
  • Greek Islands (www.greekislands.net): From humble beginnings, a group of immigrants grew their business into one of America's most popular Greek restaurants. Since 1971, the same owners continue with the founding principles of great food, great service and value. From Greece they select and ship to their restaurant the highest quality extra virgin olive oil, wines, best cheeses, herbs and seafood to create an incredible culinary experience.
  • Mr. Greek Gyros (www.mrgreekgyros.com): This 24-hour neighborhood hotspot has been a go-to place for tried-and-true both Greek and American foods for years.
  • 9 Muses Bar & Grill (www.9museschicago.com): This eatery's hospitality is a nod to the Mediterranean way of life. This includes use of the finest quality ingredients emphasizing prime cut meats, pure virgin olive oil, Kalamata olives, fresh-hand-rubbed oregano, imported cheeses and Mediterranean sea salt.
  • Parthenon (www.theparthenon.com): "Dine Like Gods is what this Greektown mainstay that opened in 1968 proudly touts to customers. What founder Chris Liakouras began with his brother, Bill, is taken to a new level by Chris' daughter Yanna, along with co-partner and Chef Sotiris Stasinos who is always adding new dishes to the lengthy menu.
  • Roditys Restaurant (www.roditys.com): It's all about tradition and family at this Greektown culinary pillar that for more than four decades has been under the same ownership and at the same location. Cozy, warm, friendly, unpretentious and authentic are among the kudos when it comes to praising Roditys among their legions of loyal customers.
  • Santorini (www.santorinichicago.com): This restaurant proudly takes more than just its name from the idyllic Greek island in the Aegean Sea. Above and beyond Mediterranean hospitality, owner Kontos is proud of his restaurant's emphasis on seafood. The menu contains more than 20 seafood options flown in fresh daily. Hallmark entrees include Greek-style whole red snapper and whole black sea bass.
  • Spectrum Bar & Grill (www.spectrumbarandgrill.com): Opened over a quarter century ago by a young Greek Cypriot, Andreas, and his brother, Angelo, from the far-away island of Cyprus, the siblings created both a sports bar as well as home for great food and cocktails. Spectrum give customers a friendly neighborhood experience with a menu that combines Greek, American and, of course, Cypriot influences.
  • Zeus Restaurant (www.zeusgyros.com): Be it breakfast on a weekday, lunch and dinner or late hours on weekends, Zeus is a popular neighborhood mainstay that prides itself in a diverse menu where Greek dishes are by far the most popular with customers.
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