Greek, Mediterranean
$ $ $ $
208 W 70th St
New York, NY 10023
(212) 875-8600
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
1:00pm - 8:00pm



  • Maria Loi has been described as the Martha Stewart of Greece, with a succesful restaurant, TV series and cookbooks in her native country.
  • Maria Loi is just fab. Very good wine.
  • Delicious Greek seafood and its rumored that the owner/celebrity chef Maria Loi cooks without sugar or butter, so you can feel better about devouring the delicious desserts!
  • Loi churns out traditional Greek food that extends a little past moussaka and pastitsio, but not deep into the fryer. Her moussaka and pastitsio are distinctive and light.
  • Yesterday at Loi an episode of "Person of Interest" was filmed which will air on Jan 3rd. Even the front awning with the name will be featured-so exciting!!!
  • Don't miss jazz great Buyu Amboise and hid Blues and Red Band. Totally amazing and they're coming back Friday through the end of Dec.
  • Lovely dining room... complimentary grape leaves on table + great bread...seafood excellent
  • Last week before Robin Roberts returned to work on Good Morning America, she and her fellow anchors had lunch at Loi Restaurant to catch up on all that had happened in her absence.
  • Absolutely delicious. Had the moussaka and cucumber/feta salad. So good! Highlight is the corn bread (part bread, part cookie) that comes in the complimentary bread basket. Staff was great! Love!
  • Excellent food. Maria is a great host and a wonderful chef. We tried a couple Greek wines that were very good.
  • One of the best salmon meals that I've ever eaten.
  • The moussaka is the best I've had outside of Greece.
  • Share an order of the whisper-light moussaka and sea urchin slicked onto spoons:
  • The Mediterranean is calling with special holiday menus http://exm.nr/HbzLfI
  • amuse - bouche pre-appetizers not on the menu
  • @nymag best of ny - amuse (stuffed grape leaves)
  • Cheese croquettes are delicious! As is the Upper West Side drink.
  • Try the octopus and squid. This is the real deal. Just like a night on a Greek island. Outrageous bread basket. Excellent service including a visit from the chef.
  • Order the Last Word: equal parts of gin, chartreuse, maraschino liquor, lime juice.
  • Pastitsio and baklava are really great !

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1998 Broadway (at W 68th St)