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A local attraction - Fields-Penn 1860 House Museum, that is situated near this restaurant, is a part of the authentic culture of the city. Greek and Jewish dishes are on the menu at Greeko's Grill & Cafe. This place offers you nicely cooked lamb gyro, hummus and falafels. Many guests point out that waiters offer good baklava, tiramisu and cheesecakes here. When coming to this spot, order delicious wine. Great coffee or good milkshakes will make your meal better and you'll surely come back.

Choose between indoor and outdoor seating. The staff is said to be courteous here. This restaurant provides meals at attractive prices. From the guests' point of view, the atmosphere is cozy. 4.7 is what Greeko's Grill & Cafe received from the Google rating system.

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user_A M.
We chose to eat here after reading the reviews, they are overwhelmingly positive so I felt confident it would be good. Pros: 1.) Liked the online ordering option via Toast 2.) Drive through was very nice//convenient 3.) Girl at the counter was pleasant 4.) Taziki was nice, a touch runny, but decent flavor Cons: 1.) The food we ordered was mediocre -- seasoning on the chicken pita was not particularly authentic sort of surprised they use it. Greekos would do well to keep off the fake, heavy seasoning and do the traditional grilled, lemony, oregano marinade that typifies greek chicken. I travel for a living and have had a lot of greek food. This was a first on the funky spices atypical of most Greek restaurants chicken. We both ordered the Giant Chicken Pita. To their credit it does say online they put fries IN the pita. We both misread this and thought they came on the side. But Greekos actually tosses fries inside, on the bottom of the pita. This is a gimmick; don't fall for it. You're paying $5.00 more for "extra" meat, when in reality its approximately the same amount as the 'smaller' chicken pita. Instead the giant comes laden with very soggy fries that occupy a lot of space = "giant." Maybe y'all like wet fries in your pita, but this was a huge let down for us. Not worth the $28 two pitas/sauce + $2 tip = $30 meal. Further, we had to hunt for the feta cheese. It was MIA. I think mine had one little tomato slice. Paid for extra taziki cause they are skimping on the sauce. It's the south, we need a litte extra dippy-dip. Conclusion: Based off ordering something that would be considered a staple at any greek restaurant, I'm not sure I could bring myself to try here again. It's clearly a local fave, but something was very amiss with our meal.
user_Brian Hansen
Great food and great people!
user_Debbie Bentley
My first time eating Greek food it was very good. I will be back to support local restaurant.
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Greek, Jewish, Halal, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 11AM
$$$$ Price range per person $11 - $30
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Get directions 217 W Main St
Abingdon, Virginia, USA
217 W Main St, Abingdon, Virginia, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery Takeaway Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 11AM-9PM
MondayMon 11AM-9PM
TuesdayTue 11AM-9PM
WednesdayWed 11AM-9PM
ThursdayThu 11AM-9PM
FridayFri 11AM-9PM
SaturdaySat 11AM-9PM
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