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Take a First Look Around the Street Art-Filled Greko Greek Street Food

The soon-to-be hot spot opens at 4 p.m. today

After a packed friends and family event last night, co-owners Bill and Tony Darsinos, chef Sal Avila and the rest of the Greko Greek Street Food team are ready to officially kick things off at 4 p.m. this afternoon. And Eater has the first look inside at the new fast-casual restaurant.

The interior is bright and airy, with plenty of natural light. Seating includes a number of communal tables, as well as kitchen and window bar seats. The walls are covered with street art by artist Mobe Oner, including depictions of characters from Greek mythology.

Tucked away in the back is the outdoor dining space, which also features large picnic-style communal tables along with four-tops and plenty of space to just hang out. As with inside, street art abounds, the Darsinos’ nod to the prolific graffiti art seen throughout Athens, Greece.

The main dining room
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Outdoor dining area
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