Laikon Cafe

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Laikon Café - METRO TIMES PHOTO / DIANA VALDEZ
  • Metro Times Photo / Diana Valdez
  • Laikon Café
With its central bar under the stairway to its balcony, this is one of the more appealing spots in Greektown, where the menus can be depended upon to be virtually interchangeable. Camb dishes, avgolemono soup, crispy squid, Greek salad and flaming cheese are staples here as they are elsewhere on the block.

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