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Greek cuisine comes to Vegas thanks to The Fat Greek. For lunch, you can stop in for a quick bite at a reasonable prices. Lunch menu items include a falafel gyro, shrimp santorini, and kefte kebab. The dinner menu features delicious Greek wines and more elaborate traditional entrees, such as the moussaka, a casserole made with roasted eggplant, potato, and ground beef. The atmosphere is casual and inviting, perfect for an informal meal out.
Freshly baked pita, homemade hummus, and baklava are just a few of the items found on the menu at Amena Mediterranean Cafe and Bakery. The inspiration behind Amena was to bring authentic, high quality Mediterranean food to Las Vegas. They serve Middle Eastern style pastries, bread and other specialties. Anyone looking to take a break from the usual can find a variety of soups, salads, hot sandwiches and pastries at Amena Mediterranean Cafe and Bakery.
The Olive Hookah Lounge and Mediterranean Grill is a favorite local spot for experiencing the fun culture and delicious foods of the Middle East and Mediterranean. Chow down on platters of creamy hummus with warm pita bread, dolma, falafel, shwarma and more. Once you've had your fill, move on to the main event: the hookah. With over 25 different flavors of tobacco, you can surely find one that will satisfy your whole crew. Weekends feature live belly-dancing performances.
Whether you're there to shop or eat lunch, Zaytoon Market & Restaurant has a lot to offer. Explore the store which sells Middle Eastern spices and other specialty goods. Get some inspiration for cooking your own delicacies at home from the restaurant, which serves all kinds of kebabs, salads, and sandwiches. The chicken kebab is spectacular and comes with a side of Persian-style rice.
Spanakopita, mousaka, pastitsio, tabouli, babaganoush. To the untrained ear that may sound like gibberish, but to the uncompromising palate, those are names of delicious dishes from the Mediterranean. Thankfully, there is no need to travel all the way to the Mediterranean to sample good food. Right here in Vegas is a place serving homemade Greek food. Market Grille Café was voted "Best of Las Vegas" for 2009, 2010 and 2011 by the Las Vegas Review Journal. Every item on the menu is homemade from recipes handed down through the generations. For those wanting to escape the glitter of Vegas and experience the atmosphere and flavors of the Mediterranean, Market Grille Cafe is the place to go. Try their award-winning Aphrodite’s Cheesecake.