Shireen’s Spotlight: Eat Greek

Shireen's Spotlight: Eat Greek

Shireen's Spotlight: Eat Greek

Shireen's Spotlight: Eat Greek

Shireen's Spotlight: Eat Greek

Shireen's Spotlight: Eat Greek


Eat Greek 2917 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137


Hello, Fried Zucchini… where have you been my entire life? Yep, that’s the first delicious dish I devoured at “Eat Greek” with a side of Tzatziki sauce and believe you me, there was no looking back…

This little laid-back hidden jewel attracted me because it’s interesting and has a hipster vibe (with graffitied walls and romantic murals). It even has a mini-Greek market smack dab in the middle of the restaurant. The best part of it, though, is the quality of the food and the fact that you can get it fast (take-out, delivery or dining-in).

After a glass of Greek red wine, I had a gorgeous, large Traditional Greek Salad (made with tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, gi-normous capers, olives, feta cheese, Greek olive oil, oregano and peppercinis). I love me a good Greek Salad. In fact, I eat them all the time and as most professional salad eaters know, they are not all created equally. This one is the bomb-dot-com and healthy to boot.

Side note: during dinner, a pretty and quite flexible belly dancer made her way around the room and performed some mind-bending moves. She twirled knives and danced around a fire baton. I’m not gonna lie, it was impressive. I mean, it’s not something you see everyday and she really knew what she was doing. I could’ve gawked all night, but I had work to do…

The Lamb Chops were the perfect compliment to my salad. I’m really picky when it comes to meat (especially lately, because I’ve been on a bit of a health kick and lamb is an acquired taste), but these were tender, succulent and seasoned to perfection. I tried the Lamb Gyro, too (stuffed with french fries and topped with Tzatziki). OMG, it was a whole lotta yummy goodness. If meat isn’t your thing…

The Greece Bronzino (grilled whole and topped with fresh lemon and greek olive oil, capers and oregano) is pretty amaze. It’s white, flaky and just falls off the bone. It’s a decadent plate that’s safe if you’re watching your weight and if you’re not…

They have the best Baklava (a greek pastry made with walnuts and honey). Last, but not least (cue the harp playing angels), I had the Bougatsa served with chocolate Nutella. I didn’t even know they made chocolate Nutella! This dessert is by far one of the best things I’ve ever had since starting my food blog. It’s creamy, sweet, and beyond delicious.

With late night hours, quality food and a hip laid-back atmosphere, and with a belly dancer on the weekends, “Eat Greek” is definitely one of my favorite things. Cheers!


Monday through Sunday 11am-11pm


They have three locations: South Beach, Brickell and the one I went to in Wynwood (which has parking in the back and on the side of the building). This busy little area has a clothing shop and Starbucks, too. You can check out their website for deets on their different locations

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