Bites Nearby: Get Your Greek On

Christos Greek Restaurant offers indoor and outdoor dining, as well as happy hours and changing daily menus, to give you a unforgettable Greek dining experience.

Voted Mpls.St. Paul Magazine’s “Best Greek Restaurant, 2010” and “Best Place to Try Something New” by Lake Minnetonka Magazine, is conveniently located in the heart of Minnetonka, near Interstate 494 and Highway 7.

The locally owned small chain has different features for each of its three restaurants, and the Minnetonka Christos is no exception. The restaurant is housed in a beautiful building with sun-lit rooms, greenery and flowers to add to the luxurious atmosphere of the eatery.

Christos can also host your next gathering with a private party room that seats 38 people. It features a full bar, two smaller rooms, a large dining room offset with a large stone fireplace and an outdoor patio available for spring, summer and fall outdoor dining and drinks. The menu is a combination of Greek and American cuisine, featuring lunch and dinner daily specials available for viewing on their website.

The restaurant serves soups, pita sandwiches, appetizers and salads—as well as traditional greek entrée favorites such as gyros, koupepia, falafel and kebabs—to its lunch patrons. For dinner, the menu expands to include large servings of all the favorites—plus sampler plates for the gastronomically undecided, lamb entrees and chicken and pork offerings.

The menu is complemented by an extensive wine list, with half-price bottles of wine on Mondays and Tuesdays after 3 p.m. There are also traditional Greek dessert selections. For the less adventurous, burgers, wings and salads are offered.

Christos also offers banquet and catering options for those who want to bring the Greek experience to their next party. Stop in at the Minnetonka restaurant for a fun happy hour after a long day at work and unwind with half-price appetizers, $1 off tap and $3.50 glasses of wine each weekday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Opa!


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