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Open design, light woods and weathered stones conjure the sun-drenched atmosphere of the Greek islands at Ammos, which features upscale authentic Greek cuisine from various regions of Greece, emphasizing seafood and incorporating Mediterranean and North African influences. Many of the ingredients—sea salt, dried oregano, capers and caperberries—are imported from Greece, while many of the staples like olive oil, honey and halloumi cheese are produced on a family farm in Cyprus. The wine list, featuring 200 Greek wines, is supplemented by signature cocktails and an extensive list of beers, liquors and spirits.