There is one name -- and one name only -- in the highly competitive field of gyros. That name is Steve's. With just a closet-sized booth in a corner of the West Side Market and but two menu items -- regular and large -- Steve's is nonetheless the New York Yankees of the gyro world. The pita bread is fresh, the meat is sliced before your very eyes, and the taste is rent-raising good. For four bucks, you'll get a gyro big enough to feed a Pacific island nation, and that's just the regular. It is unknown whether anyone has actually eaten the large and lived to tell about it.
Ethereal, sublime, glorious.
Nate's Deli in Ohio City is so much better. Aladdin's is good, but, it's not…
Should have been Citzen Pie. Dummies
FANTASTiC WHAT A GREAT COMPLIMENT!!!!! HE IS AMAZING AND A GREAT COMPLIMENT TO THE CITY…
Should be under American/Mexican
Next year pick something that is true in Mexican food!