After months of construction, Santorini Greek Taverna opens today at 4 p.m. Owner Tommy Karakostas has been working since fall to convert the old BRGR 9 spot in the Warehouse District into a breezy Greek bistro.
Karakostas also is the owner of the popular Lakewood eatery Greek Village Grille, as well as Greek Village outposts in Broadview Heights and Medina.
Santorini, a “modern Greek restaurant,” combines elements of the more casual Greek Village concepts with a more upscale, contemporary dinner menu. Dinner will feature a more ambitious menu comprised of Greek-style “meze,” or small plates, as well as shared platters and both traditional and contemporary Greek entrees.
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