Visited the restaurant foe Saturday branch. Food is meditation style very nicely served. Food is very good
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I was intrigued to try Avra after reading Jamie Dimon's biography which indicated this is the favorite restaurant of his Greek parents. And, we were not disappointed! We walked through the crowded and noisy restaurant, past a cart of fresh seafood, through the kitchen area...More
We arrived in the city mid-afternoon and didn't want to starve until our evening gala. Avra has a nice selection of small plates. We enjoyed the haloumi, grilled sardines, and grilled octopus. I took off 1 star only because it took so long to get...More
This restaurant has amazing food and a nice variety. Although it features seafood, there is also plenty for someone like me who does not eat seafood. The service was terrific, the food amazing the crowd was lively. Thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Hadn't been here for a while, but I wasn't disappointed. Top-notch Greek food. We all had the Bronzino - with no regrets. Good wine list and excellent service. My only complaint was the acoustics. The place was crammed and it was noisy... Too cold to...More
Well prepared and delicious seafood. We enjoyed the octopus appetizer and had the seafood stew while my wife enjoyed the swordfish. We like it so much that we went back later in the week for lunch with friends for an equally pleasant meal.
Felt as if I were back in Greece. Super fresh fish. I had the warm seafood salad, my dining companions had swordfish brochette and lobster ravioli. We were all pleased.
Beautiful evening to sit outside for early dinner. We were seated on time for the reservation and they were able to nicely accommodate our request for an outside table on a crowded evening. Courteous reception desk staff and service. Dishes a little pricey for the...More
Our event organizer reserved this restaurant for our writing committee of 22 people while we were in New York and the food and service were exquisite. We had a fixed, 5 course menu of Melintzanosalata, Htipiti served with pita, Plaki, truffle fries, field greens, Spanakoriza,...More