Greece without a passport!

Kipos was inspired by childhood memories of owner, Giorgios Bakatsias. With simple, flavorful meals crafted from locally grown ingredients that vary with each season, the new Franklin Street taverna offers customers an authentic Greek dining experience, complete with cafe and bakery, where friends and strangers gather to share thoughts, a glass of wine or two, raki, beer, and often Ouzo. The menu features Greek classics such as mousaka, lamb youvetsi and baklava, as well as signature items like handmade phyllo pies, youvarelakia and rabbit stifado. Mezzes (or small plates) meant to be shared, rotisserie cooked meats sourced from local farms, and slow cooked foods and vegetarian dishes made from the finest olive oils and ingredients are just a few of the unique cooking styles used. Kippos_Table_Greek_illustration


The restaurant also includes 3 outdoor gardens, a private room and a bar with craft mixology, local draft beers and the finest selection of Greek wines, most of which can only be found at Kipos. In addition to lunch, dinner, late-night, and Sunday brunch service, Kipos also features an all-day corner bakery, offering fresh baked breads, pastries, greek yogurts and coffee.