Featuring a melt-in-your-mouf moussaka, green beans that could be eaten daily, and gigantic beef meatballs.
Customers say the Greek Deli in Northwest is a D.C. staple – a favorite of everyone including presidents and politicians.
Here’s How It Became an Institution – Owner Kostas Fostieris talks 3 AM mornings and keeping regulars happy.
For nearly three decades, Greek Deli has been an institution in the Golden Triangle neighborhood serving a small menu of fresh Greek favorites to lines of customers each day. Owner and chef Kostas Fostieris came to the DC-area from Greece in the 1970s and began working at his father-in-law’s restaurant, Golden Flame.