10 Awesome Gyros in Cleveland
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This is the Graceland for gyros in Northeast Ohio. Located inside the West Side Market, fans line up early and wait patiently for these delicious pita beauties. The secret is in the sauce. Steve's Gyro is located at 1979 W 25th St, Cleveland.
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Willoughby not only has a kick ass authentic gyro restaurant, but they stay open until 4 a.m. on the weekends and- bonus!- they also deliver. Choose the Poor Boy Gyro with BBQ sauce, gyro meat, cole slaw, and fries, all loaded inside a pita. Freshly's is located at 34500 Euclid Ave, Willoughby.
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This mobile and catering truck brings a pita delight right to you. With many different takes on a gyro to choose from, we recommend going with the Mad Mouth Gyro. Double the gyro meat, onion, tomatoes, and tzatziki sauce are wrapped in two- not one- pitas!
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The Mad Greek in University Heights has been a popular sit down full service Mediterranean restaurant for years. They have perfected the chicken gyro with the right balance of spices and roasting. The Mad Greek is located at 2466 Fairmount Blvd, Cleveland.
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Considering this is a franchise, many of you will recognize Pita Pit as a build-your-own pita joint. Their Fairlawn and Akron locations offer a gyro pita that will bring back those gold ol' college days. Pita Pit is located at 3750 W. Market St. Fairlawn.
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The South Side in Tremont has a unique twist on the Mediterranean classic. Their Portabella Gyro features a balsamic-marinated mushroom instead of a protein, tomatoes, cucumbers, mozzarella, red onion, and basil-aioli wrapped in a pita. The South Side is located at 2207 W 11th St., Cleveland.
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At this Tremont gem, the Turkish version of this Greek classic is called a Doner Kebap. Seasoned lamb and beef are vertically cooked and layered to perfection before being stuffed inside a warm pita. Dervish Grill is located at 2502 Professor Ave, Cleveland.
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There is a reason why this area gyro joint is called Best Gyros. They have a giant gyro called the Cleveland Special Gyro. Filled with over a pound of meat, the pita is then packed with onions, lettuce, tzatziki sauce, and- wait for it- perogies. Best Gyros is located at 2245 Lee Rd,
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For over twenty years, Famous Gyro George has been satisfying Northeast Ohioans' gyro cravings. With eight locations, our choice is the Hot George, a traditional gyro topped with their secret hot sauce.
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This lunch and late night Lakewood landmark serves up some of the most creative gyros in the area. Our pick is the American Gyro served dirty style. That means yellow mustard replaces the traditional tzatziki sauce. Greek Village Grille is located at 14019 Madison Ave, Lakewood.