Warm fluffy pita. Rotisserie meat. Tomato, lettuce, and onions. Tzatziki. Everything you want in one convenient package. We’re talking about a gyro, of course! Here are 4 Las Vegas Greek restaurants where you can get a gyro.
Gyros in Las Vegas
Meraki Greek Grill
If you’re looking for authentic Greek food in Las Vegas, Meraki should be your first stop. They have everything from classic gyros to falafel to baklava to a mouth-watering lamb burger. They have salads with quinoa or Greek rice, Saganaki, and a variety of spreads. These include Tirokafteri (feta and roasted pepper), Melizanosalata (eggplant), and Taramasalta (fish roe).
Location: 4950 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 160
Hours: Tues – Sat 11-9, Sun 11-8
Spanikopita, dolmades, and souvlaki, oh my! Yassou has everything you could ask for and more. Try one of their enormous gyros, stuffed with beef or lamb, lettuce, tomato, and tzatziki. Or be adventurous and try the calamari Greek pizza! Either way you can’t lose. They have soups, salads, sandwiches, kababs, and even offer a vegetarian plate or two!
Location: 7871 w Charleston Ave Las Vegas, NV
Hours: Mon- sat 11-8, Sun 11-5
This Mediterranean restaurant serves up classic Greek fare along with shawarma, falafel, and even delicious smoothies! Baladie Cafe offers gyros, platters, kababs, moussaka, dessert, and more. Family owned and operated, it’s a quaint joint with amazing food and good prices. Plus, everything is halal! So everyone can enjoy to their heart’s content.
Location: 4872 W Lone Mountain Rd
Hours: Mon – Thurs, 9-8
Amena Mediterranean Cafe and Bakery
If it’s dessert you’re after, Amena is what you want. Baklava, Kunaffe, Chocolate quickers and more! As amazing as the dessert is, however, don’t skip the main course! Try the shakshouka, the kibbeh balls, or, of course, the gyros! They also have great vegetarian and vegan options. And don’t forget to try their mint lemonade!
Location: 2101 S Decatur Blvd Ste 10
Hours: Mon – Sat, 10:30-8, Sun 10:30-7