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Aegean Breeze - Great Barrington, Massachusetts
It’s not easy to find authentic ethnic eateries in our region, which is why Aegean Breeze is so refreshing. Chef/owner George Cami was born and raised in Greece and his menu is loaded with the foods of his childhood such as Melitzana (roasted baby eggplant spread with garlic and feta cheese), Keftedes (meatballs in tomato sauce), and whole grilled fish like red snapper. Make sure to reserve on Thursday nights when crowds descend for the weekly Lobster Special.
327 Stockbridge Rd., Great Barrington, MA
Lunch, brunch and dinner: 7 days a week, 11 a.m.- 10 p.m.