Dmitri’s is a mini-chain that has one tiny Greek BYOB in Queen Village, and another, almost identical one in Northern Liberties. Neither take credit cards or accept reservations, but if you’re willing to wait a few minutes for a table, you won’t be disappointed. The menu consists of a lot of seafood, with dishes like grilled octopus and the shrimp pil pil, and it’s all the kind of stuff that turns a casual weeknight dinner into one you’ll be broadcasting the next morning to all your coworkers (who didn’t ask, by the way).
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