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Jonathan Boncek

It’s hard to say what’s most striking about Stella’s on Saint Philips Street. Is it the hip, yet boisterous vibe? The large portions at an incredibly reasonable price point? Or is it the vast, authentic, and consistently delicious menu? Regardless of your ultimate conclusion, this is a trifecta worth a visit… Or five. The grilled octopus and spanikopita are simple perfection, while the saganaki is a visual showstopper and an excuse to pig out on cheese. Stella’s own recipes — namely her calamari and braised lamb shank with No. 5 noodles and brown butter shank sauce, are at once comforting and elevated, testimony to the woman who inspired it all. Cheaper than a trip to Greece and every bit as tasty, just make sure you call ahead for reservations as the place tends to be packed. —Vanessa Wolf (Dish, Summer 2018)

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