From the saganaki to the baklava, thereâs nothing like a Hellenic feast. Voice Places is the place for Greek cuisine in St. Louis. Reviews from professional critics and local users, along with easily searchable restaurant listings, make it easy to worship a gyro near you.
The menu reflects both the Italian and the Greek heritage of owners Anthony and Rosario Scarato. The selection tilts toward the former, with numerous pizzas and pastas... More »
The Majestic is a welcome dose of humble, stick-to-your-ribs diner fare in the fancy-pants Central West End. Feast on a classic American breakfast of bacon and eggs... More »
An expansion a couple of years ago transformed this longtime purveyor of pastitsio, moussaka, dolmades, baklava and other Greek... More »
One of three very successful Tim Mallett-run restaurants, Remy's (named for his kid, not the Cognac) emphasizes wines by offering "flight" tastings of three... More »
"Turkey coma" takes on a whole new meaning at this Turkish/Mediterranean restaurant that relentlessly tempts. Appetizer platters are resplendent with salt-of-the-earth... More »
This Maplewood institution is both a Greek restaurant and a neighborhood bar & grill. Sit in the bar and munch on T-ravs or the excellent hot wings - crisp-skinned... More »
An upscale chain restaurant that doesn't feel like one, Yia Yia's offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu that makes apt use of a wood-fired oven. Pizzas are... More »
A fun, fashionable, fantastic Greek booŽte tucked away along the western fringe of U. City, Momos offers much in the way of Greek classics... More »
Saying Noodles & Company serves noodles is kind of like saying Albert Pujols hits home runs. The Denver-based fast-casual chain treats the humble noodle... More »
Go! Gyro! Go! owner Nick Cowlen grew up in the restaurant business, working for his father at Clayton's Top of the Sevens restaurant. After a spell in real estate, he along... More »
The gyro at South Grand Gyro Express is served wrapped in paper so that you can eat it while you walk down the street or, God help us, drive back to your office. But I don't see how either is possible unless your hands are as big as dinner plates and you wear some kind of trough around your waist to catch all of the meat falling from the sandwich. Soft, lightly chewy pita bread is...
As I'm reminded whenever I mention (however glancingly) my opinion of the native style, pizza is a contentious subject in St. Louis. Let me fan the flames once again by asserting that Laganini Pizzeria & Restaurant serves the best pizza that you have never heard of.
How do I know you haven't heard of Laganini's pizza — or Laganini itself, for that matter? Well, the...
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