Greek and Mediterranean Food in Dallas

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The Best Greek and Mediterranean Food in Dallas

Searching for a list of where to eat Mediterranean food in Dallas like a local? Look no further because we have rounded up six of the best-hidden gems (two of them BYOB) in the city. Did you know Mediterranean food is one of the healthiest cuisines? With spring and summer fast approaching, this list of healthy options and charming patios couldn't have come soon enough! These restaurants are family-owned, authentic and ready to transport you to the Mediterranean Coast.


Ziziki’s is a local, family-owned and operated business since 1994 and is the place to go for a Sunday champagne buffet brunch with complimentary mimosas! Enjoy your modern, Greek-inspired food at one of the best outdoor patios in Dallas.

Sevan G&G Café

Sevan has been a staple in Lower Greenville since 2004. They are dedicated to serving fresh, healthy, and scrumptious meals prepared by chef George Haber in a cozy and casual atmosphere. They are a BYOB establishment, so make sure to bring drinks if you prefer!

Greek Isles Grille

Greek Isles Grille is a beautiful blue and white restaurant that has newly opened in Dallas (they were in Plano for 22 years). Enjoy an array of traditional dishes from the isles and the mainland, such as gyro, moussaka, souvlaki, lamb shank, lamb chops and fresh salads in their large patio space!

Ephesus Mediterranean Grill

Ephesus is a mix of authentic Mediterranean Cuisine (Greek and Turkish influence) with Lamb chops, kebabs, branzino and of course hummus. They are also known for their outstanding falafel that is gluten-free. Ephesus is BYOB so make sure to bring your favorite bottle to share with friends!

Kostas Café

Come share a classic Greek meal with the family-owned restaurant influenced by their hometown of Kratero, Greece. From Gyro plates, souvlakis to lamb chops, dine in at this homey hidden treasure that has been on Greenville Ave. for over 30 years.


Sachet is an upscale restaurant with shareable plates, a big veggie focus and wine inspired by the Mediterranean Coast. With a warm modern interior and patio seating wrapped around Oak Lawn, it is a great date or girls’ night dinner spot.

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Last updated on 05/25/2022.