The iconic Greek restaurant Molyvos has found a new home at 402 West 43rd Street in Manhattan serving delicious dishes such as this classic octopus. (Photo: Molyvos)
NEW YORK – After nearly 25 years of serving fine Greek food to the Midtown community, Molyvos has a new home at 402 West 43rd Street opening on Friday, October 28.
During the soft opening, Molyvos will be offering a selection of spreads and meze, raw bar, and classic Greek entrées.
While there is a limited dinner menu (for now!), the restaurant invites everyone to explore one of the largest all-Greek wine lists in the world, featuring over 750 selections, many of which are exclusive to Molyvos.
An email statement from the Livanos Restaurant Group which owns Molyvos said: “Thank you for following our relocation journey — we cannot wait for you to see our new space and gather with us again!”
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