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Atlanta’s Got Your Four Spots for That Greek Food Hankering

You can find a Greek eating place almost anywhere in the United States, the result of generations of settlements of immigrant families with that famous Greek skill for cooking, and Atlanta has four good ones.

The site Hoodline had a list of recommendations, led by Hovan Mediterranean Gourmet that had the highest rating on the review site Yelp, thanks to signature items such as "Hovan roll sandwiches, falafel, beef or chicken shawarma and Mediterranean salads," that keeps people coming for fast eating.

Next is Pita Mediterranean Street Food, featuring salads with one reviewer, Rhonda B. writing that it was so good, "I had two gyros! The place is trendy but cool and laid back. The original gyros were very good and the portions were generous."

Then came Ali Baba, a Mediterranean, Turkish and Greek spot, picked as a budget-friendly go-to. "This family-owned restaurant has portions that will provide leftovers for days. The Mediterranean plate is good!” wrote Arielle C.

Grecian Gyro Dunwoody is a local favorite and for more than 30 years has won Atlanta's Best Gyro from Atlanta Magazine and its readers who are obviously eaters too.


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