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Mykonos- Where To EAT

by Vidhi Vira
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Mykonos – Where to eat- Mykonos has plenty of places to make your mouth water!

Matsuhisa at The Belvedere: The creator of Japanese fusion restaurant, Nobu, opened it at The Belvedere. Even if you don’t come for the food, don’t miss a cocktail at sunset. Try the Lychee Caipiroska or the “off-menu” Blonde Jack.

Fato a Mano: Authentic Italian in the heart of Mykonos. We ended up eating dinner here twice in the course of the week because the food was THAT good. Wonderful owners and amazing eats!

Jimmy’s Gyros: Jimmy’s is an iconic gyro spot in Town Center. The owner, Jimmy, is an absolute gem and his gyros are the best in town. They’re open late night just in case you find yourself walking home hungry from the club.

Mykonos- Where To EAT

Nautilus: is a quaint little spot walking distance from Town Center. You’ll need to make reservations in advance, but the food and service are worth the wait!

Little Venice: As I mentioned before, prices at the restaurants in Little Venice can be steep, but the seaside dining is incredible. Take a stroll and browse a few menus before deciding on dinner. There are quite a few to choose from!

Pasta Freska berkia – all the pasta is homemade and incredibly tasty. We couldn’t get enough of the prosciutto tagliatelle.

La Casa – the perfect spot to sit outside and enjoy the constant flow of people passing by. The pastitsio (Greek lasagna) is extra buttery and delicious.

Ano Mera – this quaint town features a variety of traditional Greek restaurants and is certainly worth visiting. Order the loukamades (fried dough balls with honey and cinnamon) at Vardaris.

I Scream – delicious homemade ice cream. It doesn’t get much better than this on a hot day. Take a tip from the locals and try the strawberry yogurt flavor, which is made with fresh Greek yogurt.

Pepper – centrally located is for a quick afternoon lunch while strolling the streets of Mykonos town. Their Greek salad and tzatziki is delicious.

Kastro’s Bar – home to arguably one of the most photographed passageways overlooking the water.

Mykonos- Where To EAT

Super Paradise Beach’s JackieO’ – treat yourself to a cocktail in your cabana or join the party at this beautiful beach on the south side of Mykonos. This spot is known for being gay-friendly and always busy!

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