10 spots around the park for great food after your visit

Canal Cafe

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Located at the main entrance of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Culture Center, right in front of the impressive canal, «Canal Cafe» offers you the chance to relax and enjoy a coffee break or a light snack before or after your walk to Niarchos's park.

Delta Restaurant

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From the fifth level of the Greek National Opera building where this restaurant is located, the view of the Faliron Delta and the surrounding areas is impressive. Delta is a pop-up restaurant operating only on Sundays with brunch, lunch and dinner, and is an ideal solution for those attending events at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center. The cuisine is Greek-oriented and the ingredients come from small producers. The restaurant will host thematic culinary events, tastings and wine tastings for Greek cuisine and products.

Thalassinos

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Locals who love well-prepared fish dishes frequent this traditional tavern that preserves the aura of an old Athenian neighbourhood. Highlights the creative seafood mezze, that is accompanied by a glass of ouzo, the fresh fish, and the salted sea delicacies. In summer, choose a table at its quite lush yard, under the large mulberry trees.

Argoura

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You will find this modern fish restaurant in the southern suburbs of the city, somewhere between the neighborhoods of Kallithea and Tzitzifies. Your table will be filled with creative fish and seafood delicacies, such as orzo with clams, mussels with mustard, smoked eel with eggplants, paella with shellfish and fresh shrimps, and grilled fresh fish.

Warehouse edge

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At the edge of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation's Cultural Center, the third member of the Warehouse family is a wonderful solution for those who want to close their wine and food ride - or take on specialty coffee and brunch. The wine list includes around 100 labels mainly from America and the New World, accompanied by exquisite dishes by chef Vasilis Geogleris. Modern space with industrial aesthetics, long tables that you can share with other friends and yard.

Stalati

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At this fish taverna, you have the choice of enjoying fresh fish in a salt crust, grilled on charcoals, fried, boiled, in carpaccio dishes or in pasta. You will accompany it with creative appetizers, such as a red mullet in lime and verbena juice. with shells and salted fish. The venue is simply decorated, with wooden tables and chairs, reminiscent of an old Greek taverna.

Valentina

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It is the oldest Russian restaurant in the city and since 1989 has introduced to the Athenians all the traditional specialties of the Russian cuisine, such as the famous shashlik (marinated meat), spicy carrot salad, borscht (soup with beetroots, cabbage, and beef), and fluffy bread rolls along with plenty of vodka. Simple interior space decorated with a few Matryoshka dolls on the bench that separates the kitchen from the main dining area.

Kangaroo

STREET FOOD

A family of Greek immigrants from Australia has opened the Kangaroo. Their recipes have a twist, either containing peanut butter and Jack Daniels sauce, or caramelized figs and other unexpected ingredients. The buns are stuffed with beef burger, schnitzel chicken, pork chops or pulled pork. The menu is huge and also includes soups, pasta and cooked food.

Pezoulas

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Once upon a time in the 1950s, folk artists used to go to Pezoulas after work to eat fish soup and ended up singing and playing music until morning. The fish soup is still the trademark of this fish taverna, which also includes in the menu creative dishes, always based on fish and seafood. The Cycladic colours, the handmade objects from Tinos and the ambiance of an old Greek-style public house make an interesting contrast to the modern architecture of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, situated a few steps away.

La Cantina Favela

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Exotic, boho interior design with folkloric frescoes inspired by Latin American tradition, colorful fabrics, and rotundas covered with mosaics. Chef Dimitris Fetsis moves to the rhythms of Peruvian, Panamanian, Mexican and Cuban cuisine, and also loves to use dry-aged meats, while the colourful and photogenic cocktails of Nikos Artikos are mainly based on tequila. The resident DJs play from cumbia and soul to spiritual house.
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