The Best Greek Restaurants In And Around Winston-Salem

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Gyro, tzatziki sauce, spanakopita, baklava…What is there not to love about Greek food? The food, made with savory herbs and fresh ingredients, is a must-have in your search for delicious cuisine. We offer this list of restaurants that serve Greek food in Winston-Salem. Some are primarily Greek; others have Greek food on their menu. Check them out and find your favorite place.

Lamb Gyro with Greek Salad on a plate
A Lamb Gyro with Greek Salad on the side is a delicious meal.

CAVA

Two pitas on table from Cava jpg
Order your custom pita from Cava. They’re delicious!
Photo by Aniya Ellison for MyWinston-Salem.com, © Cover Story Media, Inc. 2023.

CAVA is a relatively new Mediterranean restaurant in Winston-Salem that believes what is good for you also tastes good. They feature hummus, grain bowls, salad bowls, and pita wrapped around delicious fillings. You can order one of their dishes or create your own bowl or pita wrap. Plant-based food is available. Hospitality and good service.

CAVA Menu

  • 205 S. Stratford Road, Suite 88-0665, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-493-4254
  • Hours
    • Sun-Sat, 10:45 am-10 pm

Grecian Corner

Grecian Corner is well-known by Winston-Salem residents, serving Greek dishes since 1970. Authentic Greek creations include gyro, mousaka, souvlaki, and avelogmono soup. Comfortable atmosphere with Greek influences.

Grecian Corner Menu

  • 101 Eden Terrace, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-722-6937
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sat, 11 am-9 pm
    • Closed Sunday

Greek Guys Grill

Greek Guys Grill is a fast, casual restaurant that features a variety of Greek dishes, including lamb and beef gyro, falafel pita, chicken or pork souvlaki, Greek salad, and Combo plates of two or three specialties. They also serve traditional American cuisine.

Greek Guys Menu

  • 2545 Somerset Center Drive, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-794-2545
  • Hours
    • Mon-Fri, 6 am-9 pm
    • Sat, 7 am-9 pm
    • Closed Sunday

Mad Greek Grill

Mad Greek Grill stands out for its fast and fresh Greek food, featuring dolmades, pork or chicken souvlaki skewers and pitas, spanakopita, and baklava. American favorites are also served. Friendly service.

Mad Greek Grill Menu

  • 708 NC 66, Kernersville, NC
  • 336-992-1600
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sat, 11 am-8 pm
    • Closed Sunday

The Greek Grill

The Greek Grill has a good selection of Greek food, including gyros, chicken souvlaki pitas, pork souvlaki platter, a combination Greek platter, pastitsio, and Greek “Macaronia” pastas. They also serve subs and sandwiches.

  • 1520 Lewisville Clemmons Road, Clemmons, NC
  • 336-293-4777
  • Hours
    • Mon-St, 11 am-9 pm
  • Closed Sunday

The Olive Tree Deli

The Olive Tree signage jpg
With a mix of Greek and American classic dishes, this is a great casual setting to enjoy a meal.
Photo by Aniya Ellison for MyWinston-Salem.com, © Cover Story Media, Inc. 2023.

The Olive Tree is concerned with flavor and nutrition and uses only the highest quality ingredients. They have a small Greek menu, including gyro, souvlaki, hummus, and spanakopita, plus a large menu of southwestern and American traditional dishes.

The Olive Tree Deli Menu

  • 580 S. Stratford Road, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-723-4224
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sun, 7 am-8:30 pm

Yama’s Mediterranean Street Food

Yamas believes in offering the freshest, most nutritious modern Mediterranean food with a nod to vegetarian and vegan-friendly options. You build your favorite meal: sandwich, salad bowl, grain bowl, 1/2 grain, 1/2 salad, adding protein, sauce, spreads, and toppings. Two locations, Downtown and Hanes Mall Blvd.

Yamas Menu

  • Downtown – 624 W 4th Street, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-842-5668
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sun, 11 am-8 pm
  • Hanes Mall Blvd – 1330 Creekshire Way, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-842-5658
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sun, 11 am-8 pm

The Greek Village Market

The Greek Village Market, though not a restaurant, has a selection of authentic, imported foods from Greece and the surrounding area. The family-owned mini-market carries items such as, spanakopita, grape leaves, olive oil soap, tzatziki, and baklava.

  • 3255 Healy Drive, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-406-1384
  • Hours
    • Tues-Sat, 9:30 am-6 pm
    • Closed Sun & Mon

Annual Greek Festival

The Annual Greek Festival is held in May at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 435 Keating Drive, Winston-Salem. This past year’s menu shows the delicious, authentic Greek food available at the festival. The food and the special events at the festival make it worth remembering for next year. We will update this with 2024 dates when available.

More Greek Food

Many restaurants in the area feature Greek sections on their menus and have some delicious Greek dishes. Here are a few of those restaurants.

66 Diner

66 Diner Menu

  • 1133 Old Hollow Road (Hyw 66), Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-245-2020
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sat, 6 am-9 pm
    • Closed Sunday
    • Closed until August 30th

Goody’s Grill

Goody’s Menu

  • 599 Bethesda Road, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-765-3100
  • Hours
    • Mon-Fri 6:30 am-8 pm
    • Sat, 7:30 am-8 pm
    • Closed Sunday

Showmars

Showmars Menu

  • 227 Harvey Street, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-283-9957
  • Hours
    • Mon-Sat, 11 am-9 pm
    • Sun, 11 am-3 pm

Silvia’s Honey Tree Restaurant

Silvia’s Honey Tree Menu

  • 150 E. Hanes Mill Court, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-377-2199
  • Hours
    • Tues-Thurs, 7 am-8 pm
    • Fri & Sat, 7 am-9 pm
    • Sun, 7 am-2 pm
    • Closed Monday

What Are The Best Casual Restaurants In Winston-Salem?

I want a gyro, spanakopita and baklava right now. These menus made me hungry. As I said, Greek food is featured in a number of restaurants as part of their regular menu. Look at our casual restaurant list and check out their menus.

Do you know of a place with great Greek food in Winston-Salem? Let us know in the comments.

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