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Like its other NYC location in Midtown, this Greek spot is very fancy, with most tables occupied by groups in tailored suits eating lobster or jumbo prawns that cost $118 per pound (fresh fish is flown in daily from around the world). It’s extremely expensive, but if that’s not a concern and/or you’re entertaining clients on the company’s dime, then you’ll eat some good food here, like perfectly cooked octopus with a rich fava bean puree. The dining room with big round tables and floor-to-ceiling windows works for groups, and there’s a walk-in-only bar area where you can get drinks and oysters or order from the full menu.

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