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A big electronic sign was out front, and not easy to miss when driving by.
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Stratos Greek Taverna

2907 W. Northwest Highway Dallas, Texas 75220
Sun. 10am-Midnight, Mon.-Tue. 11am-Midnight, Wed.-Fri. 11am-2am & Sat. 10am-2am.
214-352-3321 3 hours
August 2013 All year
$20-49 Dallas Texas
Website Food/Drinks Greek Restaurants
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Opa! Stratos Greek Taverna “family owned and operated since 2001” is a Greek restaurant and nightclub just north of Love Field. Stratos is equal parts restaurant and club but since more time was spent eating than dancing, this review is primarily about the food. Stratos comes alive late at night with different types of dancing on various nights, including salsa, belly dancing and a DJ. Stratos’ website lists various special events and weekly discounted food and drinks.

Tables are configured around a big dance floor. There is a more secluded dining area closer to the kitchen but most of the tables here are in the open. Décor and furnishings are dated, including a leopard skin style carpet that could use an update. Music was loud on a Wednesday night around 8:00 even before the salsa dancing started around 10:30. About 20-30 people were eating dinner. Traffic picked up later when the salsa sizzled.

The server was first rate, polite, attentive and knowledgeable. His recommendations quickly became orders. A rich avgolemono soup and a light and flavorful spanakopita started the meal off on a high note. A chicken gyro sandwich main course was good but was not quite as tasty. French fries on the side though were excellent. Dessert included a homemade tiramisu and baklava. Both were appetizing but the baklava was good enough to order again and then take some home as well. As for drinks, the Stratos signature martini was the best drink of the night, fruity and with decent alcohol content. A Cosmo martini though was far too sweet. The bartender mixed different vodka into the lemonhead martini, which made it drier and smoother. There was plenty of room on the dance floor midweek to salsa with friends. The weekend belly dancing looks interesting so will have to check that out one day. All in all, Stratos earns a vote of confidence on BlitzQuest. When looking for casual Greek food in Dallas, check this place out and make sure to bring both your appetite and your earplugs.
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