Restaurants in Greece
For socialites, this restaurant on Mykonos’ ritzy Psarou Beach is a must-go destination with a formal dining area, outdoor cafe, and beach club.
Open since 1957, this journalist’s haunt was the first “bar” in Athens that “nice” ladies could frequent without being mistaken for working girls.
Cretan seafood, plucked straight from the water and served in a lush outdoor park.
The French bistro’s meals showcase ingredients from all over the Mediterranean. For example: locally raised beef fillet with pepper sauce and duck is paired with peach glaze. Eat in the arched, Crusader-era dining room or the shady courtyard.
The balcony of the restaurant in the sleepy, boho town of Oia looks out onto the caldera’s edge. The cuisine (salmon tartare with lemon and green olives; braised lamb shanks with couscous) lives up to the restaurant’s name.
This grocery that turns into a restaurant at night is the place for a home-cooked meal.
Set on an eight-acre property that dates to 1550, Argentikon serves Mediterranean and Greek cuisine that incorporates local seafood and produce from the grounds. This hotel restaurant's orange trees yield fruit for freshly squeezed juices and the breakfast marmalade.
At dusk, make your way to Benetos, on the edge of Sapsila Bay, for fresh fish dishes such as grouper fillet with caramelized onions, and herb-crusted seared tuna with wasabi and seaweed.