If you had a sneaking suspicion that most Americans have bastardized the Greek gyro - you'd be right. But Greco Boys Grill is all about being authentic. Score a chicken or pork gyro slathered in tzatziki sauce ($6.95), a souvlaki platter ($9.95) or spanakopita ($6.75). No lamb or beef in their lineup, but who needs that nonsense? Juicy, flavorful chicken will do just fine. And don't miss the Greco Boys fries - hot, crispy circles of potato goodness ($2.50). Dessert means flaky, sweet baklava ($5.95). So skip the overpriced tourist traps next time you're in Miami Beach - and do like the Athenians instead.
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Greco Boys Grill is a new and shiny Greek gyro/souvlaki place on Alton Road at 17th Street in South Beach -- something the area was sorely in need of. Obligatory blue-hued murals of the Greek islands line the walls above beige wains...