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This unassuming seafood joint is a favorite of food critics and locals alike, serving scintillatingly fresh fish grilled in a simple style with few frills and adornments. Other Greek specialties, including grilled octopus and squid, are equally delicious, as are the meat-based entrées, garlicky dips and lemon-roasted potatoes. A casual dinner destination, Stamatis is frequently packed with Greek families from the neighborhood seeking authentic cooking in a restaurant setting.