The 9 Essential Greek Restaurants in Chicago, Mapped

The city lost a Greek dining landmark with the closing of The Parthenon. While you’ll no long be able to get saganaki at the place credited for its origin, there are still lots of Greek restaurants serving flaming cheese and much much more. So mourn not because all is not lost.

Chicagoans have enjoyed quality Mediterranean cuisine for decades thanks to one of the country’s highest concentrations of Greek Americans, many of which originally settled along Halsted Street in the West Loop. Whether it’s basic staples like gyros and baklava or traditional dishes such as spanakopita and stuffed grape leaves, you won’t go wrong at any of our following favorites…

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