It’s Greek to Me

9 Oct

Zorba’s is my favorite place for Greek in the DFW area (ok an exception is the Greek Food Festival, but that’s only one weekend a year).  Zorba’s gets bonus points from me because a) it’s close to where I live and b) it’s BYOB ($2.50 corking fee) with an Aggie owned wine store two doors down.  Even though Zorba’s isn’t quite the bargain as Houston’s Niko Niko’s (which may just be my favorite casual eatery of all time), it’s still a great value for the quality.  The Zorba’s platter is big enough to split, especially if you get an appetizer (I’d recommend the flaming cheese even though it comes with the corny and obligatory “Opa!” from your waiter) and dessert (my favorite is the galaktoboureko, traditionalists will also enjoy Zorba’s excellent baklava).


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