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This Flatiron favorite was one of the first Greek bistros in Manhattan to offer refined, gourmet interpretations of Greek classics such as spanakopita, mousaka and tomato-stewed rabbit. The upscale, whitewashed décor speaks to the number of fresh seafood dishes on the menu, and the noted wine list is considered a pioneer in drawing attention to the award-winning wines of Greece.