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Greek: It's not fancy food, just delicious food. Since 1973, this local standout has prepared traditional Greek dishes. Start with some of the egg lemon soup, said to be some of the best in Greektown. Some of the menu items customers rave about include the braised lamb, homemade Greek sausages, fried squid, roast lamb loin, dolmades, and orange roughy. Like every restaurant in the neighborhood, there's the flaming saganaki (fried cheese) appetizer, which is lit on fire tableside. The restaurant's casual ambiance features Greek music playing in the background, scenery murals, and quaint knickknacks adorning the blue and coral-hued interior. The restaurant is wheelchair accessible.

Family Friendly: Since 1973, this local standout has prepared traditional and authentic Greek dishes. It's probably the one restaurant in Greektown that does things old school. Start off the family with some Flaming Saganaki Cheese (kids and adults love this dish since the waiter brings it to the table and sets it on fire). Entrée specialties include braised lamb, homemade Greek sausages, fried squid, roast lamb loin and dolmades. Save room for dessert and order the galaktobureko, a Greek pastry made of semolina-based custard in phyllo. The restaurant's casual ambiance features Greek music playing in the background and quaint knickknacks adorn the blue and coral-hued interior. Free valet parking makes it easy to drive but it's also just two blocks away from the UIC/Halsted El station.

Restaurants near UIC Pavilion: Since 1973, this local standout has prepared traditional and authentic Greek dishes. It's probably the one restaurant in Greektown that does things old school. Start with some Flaming Saganaki Cheese and then order a bowl of egg lemon soup. Entrée specialties include braised lamb, homemade Greek sausages, fried squid, roast lamb loin and dolmades. Save room for dessert and order the galaktobureko, a Greek pastry made of semolina-based custard in phyllo. The restaurant's casual ambiance features Greek music playing in the background and quaint knickknacks adorn the blue and coral-hued interior. Free valet parking makes it easy to drive but it's also just two blocks away from the UIC/Halsted El station.

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Family Friendly, Restaurants near UIC Pavilion: "Free valet parking."

Best for Family Friendly, Restaurants near UIC Pavilion Because: A Greek restaurant in the heart of Greektown that still does things old school, including the way it prepares its traditional dishes.

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