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Pegasus Restaurant & Taverna: "Try Dining on their Rooftop!" Pegasus Restaurant & Taverna Tip by Marisola

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      Marie and Co. on the Rooftop
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I love all of the restaurants in Greektown, so if you have time, you must try one of them! Pegasus is special to me because you can eat outdoors, which is not too often in Chicago! Their rooftop dining area is great where you can eat, drink and view the city. They also have great Greek food, and a wide variety of entrees to choose from!

Favorite Dish: For an appetizer, if you've never tried it, "Saganaki" (flaming cheese) is a must, and "Taramosalata" fish roe spread is one of my favorites. If you want soup before your meal, try the lemon rice. Greek olives and feta cheese are also an appetizer, which you should order on the side to go with your meal.

As an entree, there are many Greek dishes you can choose. All Greek restaurants have many lamb entrees, which is one of their specialties, as well as special ethnic Greek dishes. There are also various chicken, pasta, and kabob entrees, and at Pegasus a wide variety of seafood entrees, too.

Address: 130 S Halsted St
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Directions: From Kennedy (I-90) or Edens (I-94): Head downtown and exit at Adams Street. Go west on Adams to Halsted. Turn left at Halsted.
Phone: 312-226-3377
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 5
Theme: Other

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jan 14, 2006
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