A Greek food truck experience with a contemporary twist on the UES

If you are a fan of the Greek food truck experience but want to eat your souvlaki in a more elevated setting, I have just the place for you. Hop on the newly launched Q subway line in NYC and head to the Upper East Side. That’s where Greek Eats, a small but sophisticated Greek eatery is located.

Designed  by Move Matter Architecture, it features a simple black and white color palette with a few wood accents that gives it a contemporary feel.

Cool detail: The built-in tablecloth created from the rolls of paper attached to the wall above each of the booth tables.

The handwritten menu on the white wall gives the space a casual Brooklyn vibe. The best part? All the Greek food truck classics are offered: the greek fries are a must have, as well as their hummus and Tzatziki dips. The vegetable souvlaki is a great options for vegetarians.

Visit Greek Eats Website
Photography: Kevin Kunstadt /Architecture firm: Move Matter



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