Local Eats: Greek City Cafe

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While Devil’s Mistress #2 is away in Greece eating the delicious food, I am stuck behind, much to my dismay, in the old United States. But, to help tide me over we at least have some good international fare in the neighborhood. And one of those places is the Greek City Cafe in Spring Hill, Florida. It’s not a big place, nor a particularly fancy place, but it will help satisfy the Greek food cravings you have. (Though it is not, unfortunately, a replacement for the real thing.)




The inside won’t win any style awards, but it’s clean and modern and cute. It’s set up cafeteria-style where you order at the counter from a small selection of light Greek fare, take a number and a seat. After experiencing the Holy Grail of gyros that is Greece, I’ve been on a sort of quest to find a suitable place state-side that could sate my cravings. So, I took the plunge and ordered the gyro plate.




And while it didn’t live up to the greatness of the Grecian homeland’s, it did satisfy the cravings. If you also have a sweet tooth, they offer an assortment of Greek desserts as well.

So if you are in the area and have any Greek hankerings, look no further than Greek City Cafe!

Website: http://www.greekcitycafe.com/


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