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Georgia’s Greek Restaurant and Deli

October 10th, 2008 · Comments

Georgia’s Greek Restaurant & Deli (Greek and Mediterranean)
323 NW 85th St
Seattle, WA 98117
(206) 783-1228

Seattle Times: “The menu unleashes as much abandon as the impromptu folk dancers here at Georgia’s…” 

The Stranger: “Cute little family-run joint with a lengthy menu of tasty Greek standards…”

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (27 votes, average: 3.74 out of 5)

delicatessens · dining · Food & Drink


  1. bilsemon says:

    Just yuck. I was in there one day during the summer and walked out grossed out. Flies in the refrigerated case; really old merchandise on the retail racks (cookies, crackers, etc.) Food was lukewarm and not good. Mr. Gyros is a thousand times better and it’s cheaper too.

  2. wunderkuken says:

    I second that “yuck”. Flies, food doesn’t hold a candle to Yanni’s (similarly priced) or Mr. Gyro’s, not-cute atmosphere and poor service. Too bad.

  3. daranee says:

    I have to disagree. I love going to Georgia’s on a Friday or Saturday night. With the great live folk music, it’s a total steal.

    It’s also the best kept secret for breakfast. They make the best fried potatoes. Hash browns do not even come close to these tasty sliced potatoes that use plenty of olive oil.

  4. SPOSeattle says:

    Love this place, like to take friends who haven’t been there. Only constructive feedback is when it is busy and there is one big table taking the center it is hard to the staffs attention.

  5. mike says:

    Food was really good! I would totally go back, staff was helpful and friendly.

  6. Newmy says:

    Food was okay, service was decent, but it was little pricier than other Greek places.

  7. Wyeth says:

    Best breakfast in the neighborhood. Lunch and dinner are fantastic as well.

  8. Jason says:

    their Greek fries are awesome

  9. Trix says:

    Just went in for apps and a glass of wine, but te food was good (Dolmasomething? Stuff wrapped in a grape leaf) and the Greek wine was good and well priced. The server gal was very friendly and helpful to this Greek food novice.