Baba Ghanoush: This small vegan/vegetarian Middle Eastern café has a jazzy ambience and sits on the corner of a lovely and lively little square. With bar stools around the open kitchen and a few tables al fresco, it’s a great spot to spend an evening and soak up the Pagrati vibe. With creative salads, freshly made pitta and piping hot falafel, the menu choices are varied and attractive and perfect mezze to share.
Cupola: A traditional trattoria in the pedestrian part of Eforionos street just next to the Stadium, Cupola has a good wine list and lovely seating al fresco. With lots of fresh pasta and pizzas, it’s worth coming with friends and sharing. A great starter is the Aubergine Melanzane.
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