Devour A Greek Meze Spread Before French Dessert & Drinks On The UES
Allow chef and owner Christos Christou to offer you Greek tradition on a plate (or several plates, in this case). While Yefsi Estiatorio includes single-serving entrees, their meze (that’s the Mediterranean term for appetizers) is where you want to really direct your attention. Everything from spanakopita to lavraki ceviche is worth trying in this romantic, dimly lit, and upscale Upper East Side setting.
Next, enjoy something sweet at the cozy Le Moulin a Cafe. What this hole-in-the-wall bistro may lack in size it makes up for in flavor and rustic decadence. If you’d like to maintain some continuity tonight, go all-out and order an assortment of desserts, including anything from chocolate croissants and macarons to almond tartes and their beloved eclairs. Just keep in mind that they close at 6, so you may want to plan dinner accordingly.
1481 York Avenue, Manhattan
Le Moulin a Cafe
1439 York Avenue, Manhattan