Greek dining institution Steki Taverna to reopen in Enmore


Greek dining institution Steki Taverna will reopen in the Inner West Sydney suburb of Enmore in mid-October.

The news comes one year after Steki Taverna closed its doors in Newtown after 39 years of providing quality Greek food and live entertainment to Sydney’s Greek and wider community.

Steki Taverna
Steki Taverna closed last year in Newtown.

Owner Paul Ioakimidis told The Sydney Morning Herald that although he initially planned to reopen the restaurant in Marrickville, he changed his mind after the Inner West Council decided to make Enmore Road a designated special entertainment precinct.

The new venue at 149 Enmore Road will be larger than the original, but the concept of a live band performing for diners will remain. Ioakimidis plans to serve drinks until midnight and close about 1am.

“I’m excited to bring Steki back to the people,” Mr Ioakimidis said.

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald.




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