Denver, CO 80210
When Brasserie Felix closed the doors on its prime piece of real estate on Tennyson, the location was quickly snatched up by Telly Topakas, a veteran restaurateur who also owns a Greek spot in Colorado Springs. Topakas wanted a more upscale restaurant in Denver, and he hired Royce Oliveira, a novice to Greek cuisine, to man the burners. Oliveira's menu at Axios Estiatorio captures the joy of Greek culture without strictly adhering to tradition -- and the food, like the place, is fresh, interesting and incredibly tasty. Opa!
Tips from foursquare
Really? Calamari that isn't fried!? Awesome...try this dish, its so very delicious.
Axios is one of the better Greek restaurants in our city. Between solid food and an impressive wine selection, Axios is the place to go when you're in the mood for Greek. [Eater 38 Member]
Friendly service, tasty hummus!
Service is slow. 45 min for breakfast to come. Could not get check or keep glasses filled. It was good. Maybe bad day for them. I will try again
Great Greek salad with gyro meat.
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