The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
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Gyro Time is over. The little Greek restaurant in East Northport was sold the day of Superstorm Sandy and has reopened, following a few renovations. It still serves Hellenic cuisine but is now called Aegean Grill.
Alex Stathatos, who was a partner at Souvlaki Palace in Commack, is this restaurant's chef-owner. His sister, Barbara Stathatos, for years, a popular waitress at Souvlaki Palace,...Read more »
Opa Grille opened last month in Williston Park, bringing the cuisine of Greece to the strip mall space that last housed Toast & Jamz. The new eatery, an offshoot of the Opa Grille in Bethpage, has the same executive chef, owner George Labos.
On Labos' dinner menu: spinach pie ($6.45 appetizer, $13.95 entree), grilled octopus ($15.45), moussaka ($16.95), pork souvlaki ($16.95) and a chicken...Read more »