Taso's Greek Taverna II Joins Growing Ranks of Greek Restaurants in Boca Raton

If you can't find roasted lamb in Boca Raton, you're not really trying.
If you can't find roasted lamb in Boca Raton, you're not really trying.

Boca Raton welcomes yet another Greek restaurant with the opening of Taso's Greek Taverna II in the Home Depot/Publix plaza located at the intersection of State Road 7 and Glades Road.

The full service restaurant opened last month and serves familiar Greek fare like stuffed pitas and wraps and meaty entrees like mousaka ($9.95) and a lamb dinner ($13.95) in addition to house-made desserts and pita bread. This is at least the second Greek restaurant to open in the city in the last few weeks, with Estia Greek Tavern & Bar having recently opened its doors further east, in Royal Palm Place.

As the name would suggest, this is the second Taso's Greek Taverna: The original is located in Delray Beach. Prices at the family-owned restaurant are on the low end, with nothing priced higher than $16.95 (the rib eye steak) and most dishes and entrees in the $10 to $12 range.

Taso's Greek Taverna II, 9834 Glades Road, Suite C9, Boca Raton. Delivery available. Call 561-338-3646. Open 11 a.m. until "closing" (typically 10 p.m. or so on weekend nights) Monday through Saturday and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday.  

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