Apollo Cafe

(414) 272-2233 | View Website

1310 E Brady St, Milwaukee, WI | Directions   53202

43.053056 -87.894641

Open Hours

Sunday To Wednesday From 11:00 AM To 11:00 PM Thursday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 03:00 AM

 
Restaurants, Vegetarian, Greek  more

Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Lower East Side

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Apollo Cafe
Apollo Cafe
Apollo Cafe
Apollo Cafe
Menu
Apollo Burger, Chicken Souvlaki, Dolmathes, Falafel Sandwich, French Fries, Greek Fish Fry, Greek Marouli Salad, Plaki Baked Fish, Saganaki, Tiropita Triangles... more

Reviews for Apollo Cafe

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

The food here is not only outstanding but authentic and home made. If you have not tried Apollo yet you are missing out.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best gyros in Milwaukee please step forward......not so fast Oakland Gyros – I love this place, there is one guy who seems to be working everytime I have been here (give or take a few) he is truly a very nice person and knows how to give great service, and the product.....the gyros are great, the meat is tender, the pita is soft and pillowy. Very very good. I know people talk about Oakland Gyros and somehow they have been voted the best by some committee but obviously this committee has never tried Apollo. They also have late hours so if you have that "late night craving" for a gyro this is the place to try.

Recommends
over a year ago

Authentic Greek dining at this Brady Street cafe features gyros, souvlaki, dolmades and a sweet piece of baklava. Opa! – The Scene
Many of Milwaukee's Greek restaurants have discovered gold in family dining and forsaken their roots in quest of the dining dollar, but the Apollo Cafe stands true to its ethnic identity. Bright and cheerful, this self-service restaurant in the latest competitor in Brady Street's multicultural festival of flavors. The outdoor area is reminiscent of downtown Athens with a vibrant atmosphere conducive to enjoying well-prepared food.

The Food
The food here is authentic home cooking made from Grandma's recipes, including flaming saganaki, gyros from the rotisserie, spanakopita (flaky spinach pie), flavorful dolmades (stuffed grape leaves), and fresh tuna souvlaki served on pita. Save room for a demitasse of rich Greek coffee and a slice of baklava.

Dish to Die For
The Horiatiki Village salad with cucumbers, tomato, onions, feta cheese and calamata olives is a must.

 

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