Plaka Taverna Home

 

410 E Wilson St

Madison WI 53703

(608) 251-4455

 

 

 

TAVERNA

 Telly and Nico are serving Greek-style lunches and dinners, plus the traditional "Cleveland's Diner" breakfasts you've grown to love.

 

Saganaki

 OPAA!  

Flaming Cheese appetizer

 

 

Bloody Marys

 

 Enjoy a Bloody Mary for breakfast, or any time!

Latest Updates

 

Plaka Taverna will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 16.

 


 

Please read below for temporary new hours beginning Feb 14***** 

Closed tempdinners 2017

 


  

 

 

 

 

  

  

Serving breakfast and lunch to Madison for 22 years

 

BREAKFASTPLATE

 gyros

 

  Breakfast & Lunch Menu  

  

 

Moussaka

 

 Dinner Menu

 Spinach Pie

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About Us:

In Greece, a "taverna" is a lively place where friends gather to enjoy drinks, home-style foods, and each other's company.  Plaka Taverna is such a place, owned and operated by Telly Fatsis, a native Madisonian, who incorporates many of his Greek mother's recipes into the menu. 

Transformed from the old Cleveland's Diner on E. Wilson Street (where you still find Telly & brother Nico serving those delicious breakfasts), Plaka Taverna has added Greek lunches and dinners to the menu as well.  Enjoy juicy gyros, homemade spinach pie, mouthwatering grilled kebobs, moussaka, hummus, falafel and any of our special combination platters.

Plaka features a full bar, with six beers on draft and a nice selection of bottled beers.   Want the true "taverna" experience?  Try one of Plaka's Greek lagers or a glass of Retsina, the unique Greek wine.  If you dare, take in a shot of licorice-flavored OUZO.  Or for fun...try one of our creative specialty cocktails, all while listening to live streaming Greek music!

Once you try us, you'll be hooked! 

Offering dine-in, or "to-go."  

 

Call (608) 251-4455 to place your order ahead of time.

 

If you are ever on a trip to Greece, look at this helpful website before you leave.  It's full of advice and recommendations from experienced Greek travelers.

GreeceTravel

 

Painted Sign

What does "PLAKA" mean?

Plaka is the name of the old neighborhood in Athens that sits directly below the Acropolis.  With winding streets and old buildings, you'll be entertained by the unique cafes, the variety of stores, the museums, and the eclectic atmosphere.

If you're interested in learning more about the Plaka area of Athens, click on the link below:

http://www.athensguide.com/plaka.html

 

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 Our walls are decorated with carefully curated authentic Greek posters, most which were imported here by our Greek-American friend, Zoe.