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Greek Food Restaurants In Las Vegas

Mapped Restaurants Las Vegas

Gyro Time Restaurant Gyro Time Restaurant Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

5239 W Charleston Blvd Las vegas
(702) 878-6393

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near W Charleston Blvd And Wilshire St offering dine in and takeout.

Basha Basha Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

3969 S Maryland Pkwy Las vegas
(702) 699-7155

Las Vegas Middle Eastern Restaurant near S Maryland Pkwy And E Richmar Ave offering dine in

The Fat Greek Restaurant & Grill The Fat Greek Restaurant & Grill Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

4330 Sanderling Cir Las vegas
(702) 222-0666

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near Sanderling Cir And Phoebe offering dine in

Greek Bistro Greek Bistro Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

565 Marks St Henderson
(702) 838-8555

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near Marks St And W Sunset Rd

Habib's Persian Cuisine Habib's Persian Cuisine Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

4750 W Sahara Ave Las vegas
(702) 870-0860

Las Vegas Middle Eastern Restaurant near W Sahara Ave And Access To Indian Hills Apartment offering dine in

Greek American Grille Greek American Grille Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

4860 W Flamingo Rd Las vegas
(702) 453-3900

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near W Flamingo Rd And S Decatur Blvd

R & B Chicago Style Gyros R & B Chicago Style Gyros Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

3784 E Desert Inn Rd Las vegas
(702) 456-5783

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near Tupelo Ln And Fort Smith Dr offering dine in

Greek Cafe & Deli Greek Cafe & Deli Las Vegas 3 Star Rating

628 Las Vegas Blvd S Las vegas
(702) 384-2868

Las Vegas Greek Restaurant near S Las Vegas Blvd And S 4Th St offering dine in

Greek Restaurants Las Vegas


There's so much more to Greek cuisine than the olives and olive oil, feta cheese and lamb that automatically come to mind. Las Vegas Greek restaurants usually feature a wide array of healthy yet delicious dishes that represent the different cultures that have influenced Greece, from Southern Europe to the Middle East. Other popularly-used ingredients include tomatoes, aubergine, potatoes, okra, beans, goat meat, mutton, and seafood aside from the traditionally liberal use of fragrant herbs such as thyme and dill. First-timers will be tantalized by a smorgasbord of mezedes or appetizers that most restaurants offer. Follow this up with a bowlful of thick stew, a hearty salad, or a platter of grilled meat or seafood. Sweet and rich desserts, such as the honey- drenched baklava, will round off a satisfying meal in any of Las Vegas's authentic restaurants.

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