Dmitri’s is a tiny Greek BYOB in Queen Village that’s been on the same corner since Tom Hanks was just the kid from Big who turns into an adult overnight and creepily dates a 30-year-old woman. It’s cash only and they don’t take reservations, but if you’re willing to risk it and show up unannounced with a few $20s, you won’t be disappointed. The food is simple but good, from the grilled octopus to the shrimp pil pil, and even though you’ve probably seen most of the things on the menu before, they do throw in a few wildcards - like a plum pasta that should certainly be on your table.
Dmitri’s is permanently closed.
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