Greek cuisine, with its seafood emphasis and grilled steaks, make Alexandros a Mediterranean surf-and-turfer. The homey restaurant also excels across the board with spreads, stuffed grape leaves and main dishes including moussaka, pastitsio, baked lamb and grilled whole fish.
Open noon to 10 p.m., Monday to Thursday and Sunday; noon to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday. Weekend reservations recommended.
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In the landscape of Long Island's Greek restaurants, Alexandros is Mount Olympus: high above the rest and revered. The Greek revival recently relocated to this address from Miller Place, intact and in style. Part dining room, part bar, it's a warm, festive neighborhood spot and inviting for anyone who has experienced one too many leaden moussakas or air-dried baklavas; and for all devotees of fresh whole fish and juicy steaks. Reliefs reflecting ancient and mythological scenes decorate the openhanded eatery. The gods must be smiling.