The food here was incredible and I was sad to see it close. But lucky for me Liza has opened BarMeli now... it's close by so I'm excited.
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What a cute hidden gem! I went there like a month ago with my boyfriend, our table was the first one there, we were served by whom i think was the owner, a very nice lady that paid attention to every detail of our visit....More
What a great find in an unlikely Miami location. We are occasional visitors to Miami, where we have family. Driving down Biscayne Blvd. the other day at lunchtime, I spotted the Ouzo sign on a side street. We love Greek cuisine. Ouzo was closed for...More
This restaurant has had several names over the past few years, but is now Ouzo's. It's just off Biscayne Boulevard in Miami's Upper Eastside, and well worth the trip. It's small, charming, and has great Greek food. The Saganaki is the best I've ever had....More
To begin with the ambient is way far from modern. The stuff is not enough and all our dishes came late. I ordered grilled fish, which came dangerously undercooked and my wife ordered a salmon which was covered with pepper. The fish wasn't cleared of...More
Make sure to have the Pasticcio and the flaming Saganaki. Also find out what nights they are throwing plates and have live music!!!
After trying to decide where to go for dinner, my wife and I passed by Ouzo's, And what a pleasant surprise. The place is very charming, ideal for a romantic dinner. The food is outstanding, we order a plate for appetizer that was hummus, kalamata...More
Just a note: They have changed their name from Anise to Ouzo's. This is their original name. see my previous review of this great greeek taverna
went to go to Anise Waterfront Taverna only to find that it is no longer there. In its place is something called RiverShack that serves bar food.
please be aware that we are not out of business..we were closed for renovations for a short time