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Greek: If you're looking to impress, Pylos is the spot to do it. Long, velvet curtains open to reveal a long, narrow restaurant, flanked with terra cotta pots and the colors you'd expect to find in Greece: blue and white. Upon inspection of the menu, you'll find what Pylos calls a collection of "rustic Greek home cooking," with dishes like yiayias fried potatoes or pastitsio, a terrine of baked pasta layered with aromatic meat sauce and béchamel. As if there were any doubt that you're in a fancy establishment, Pylos' wine list packs a similar hometown punch with whites and reds from places like Macedonia, Santorini and Peloponese.

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Local Expert Andrea Wien Says:

Greek: "Don't forget about brunch - it's divine."

Best for Greek Because: It's hard to class up Greek simplicity without overdoing it, but Pylos succeeds on all levels.

Dinner Menu

Mezethes (Appetizers Served Hot)
Mezethes (Appetizers Served Cold)
Greek Comfort Foods
Epipleon Piata (Side Dishes)
Kreata (Meat Specialties)
Psaria Kai Thalassina (Fish and Seafood)

Lunch Menu

Greek Comfort Foods
Form the Grill
Epipleon Piata (Side Dishes)
Other Egg Dishes
Mezethes (Appetizers Served Cold)
Mezethes (Appetizers Served Hot)

Desserts Menu

Hot Drinks
Dessert Wines
Sparkling Wine
Epidorpia (Sweets)

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