“serving soulful Greek cuisine since 1997”
Nestled in Manhattan’s Midtown West neighborhood, just a block away from the esteemed Carnegie Hall, Molyvos is known for serving soulful Greek cuisine since 1997. Adorned with photos of Greek-island life, ceramics, and folk art, this sprawling midtown taverna is a stylishly rustic showcase for chef Jim Botsacos. The window tables up front are ideal for nibbling meze, but head for the dining room if you're in the mood for something gutsier, like the melting lamb shanks, clay-pot-baked with orzo and tomato, or "Molyvos moussaka," unfinishably rich (but still worth the attempt)
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- Wed - Fri: 12:00 pm - 11:30 pm
- Sun - Tue, Sat: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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