Greco Boys Grill
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Miami New Times' Description
If you had a sneaking suspicion that most Americans have bastardized the Greek gyro - you'd be right. But Greco Boys Grill is all about being authentic. Score a chicken or pork gyro slathered in tzatziki sauce ($6.95), a souvlaki platter ($9.95) or spanakopita ($6.75). No lamb or beef in their lineup, but who needs that nonsense? Juicy, flavorful chicken will do just fine. And don't miss the Greco Boys fries - hot, crispy circles of potato goodness ($2.50). Dessert means flaky, sweet baklava ($5.95). So skip the overpriced tourist traps next time you're in Miami Beach - and do like the Athenians instead.
Tips from foursquare
The gyros are massive and everything is made to order and dripping in that great tzatziki so you know it's fresh.
Greco Boys Grill, the name should read.
I have been waiting 53 minutes thus far, and still no food. Who knew it takes so long to make a simple gyro? I give this dump another two months, max.
Try the gyro with ketchup and fries inside the pita. Phenomenal
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