Anassa Taverna is basically the defacto Bloomingdales cafeteria (it’s located across the street from the Third Ave. location), and was therefore built to accommodate the masses. Aside from the two floors of accessory-clad people watching and admiring the restaurant’s very own ouzo bar, Anassa is useful for any semi-spontaneous meetup near the East 60s with a group that’s comfortable paying around $30 for their own Greek entree.
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Kokage is a Japanese spot run by the same people as Kajitsu, and it works for a nice (but less formal) lunch or dinner around Grand Central.
Angkor Cambodian Bistro
Angkor Cambodian Bistro is an incredible Cambodian restaurant in the East 60s you should tell everyone you know on the UES about.
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.
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Kiki’s is a Greek place on the Lower East Side that’s packed every night, and serves good, affordable food.
Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna
Gregory’s 26 Corner Taverna feels like a little nautical-themed house in Greece, and it’s ideal for some weeknight souvlaki.
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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?
Astoria Seafood is a seafood market and restaurant where you pick your fish and tell them how you’d like it cooked.
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