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Athens Greek Restaurant offers homemade Greek pizzas and salads, vegetarian specialties, pasta, Greek chicken, seafood, veal, lamb, and such Old World favorites as spanakopita, pasticio, special platter, and moussaka. By blending tradition with innovation, they stress in the use of pure virgin olive oil in each dishes. Wine and Beer is served. Banquet and meeting facilities are available.

Location: 325 Folly Road, Charleston South Carolina 29412 Telephone 843-795-0957 Fax 843-795-5486

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