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I'm finally done with finals. Summer has officially begun! I'm off until summer classes start on May 24th, so it's time to bum around and eat. Here is a meal at Steve's, one of the few relatively cheaper options along Newbury. They serve a pretty good variety of Greek in a very casual atmosphere. They've been at their corner for a long time now, but this is actually the first time I went.

fried kalamari lightly buttered in lemon wine sauce - $7.45

gyro - homemade layers of marinated lamb and beef mixed with herbs and spices, with hot pita bread, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and tzatziki sauce - $5.25 I guess the Greeks spell calamari with a K. It was pretty good, but maybe ever so slightly too fried. I was happy with the abundant tentacle pieces though - people don't usually give a lot of those. The accompanying tartar sauce was yummy. The gyro was quite overwhelming at first - it's stuffed to the absolute brim, and pretty much fell apart as soon as I tried to pick it up. It was pretty tasty, but I'm not sure if it was worth the difficulty of eating it. It was huge though and well worth the $5. I'll probably go back to Steve's at some point... they have a steak sandwich on their menu that I want to try.

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Steve's is about the only option in town if you want Greek food. It's a very good Greek restaurant; about as good as some of the better ones across the river in Cambridge. And yes, it is one of the few inexpensive options along Newbury Street.
Tuesday, May 17, 2005 at 5:19AM | Unregistered CommenterBoston's Hidden Restaurants

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