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Dino’s Greek and Italian Grill and Bar

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Greek and Italian Restaurant


Family owned Dino's Greek and Italian grill and bar is small and quaint. The owner Peter named his restaurant after his son. Dino's has been in the Southwest valley for awhile and moved to its current location on Dysart and McDowell, in 2012. The new location is more visible then the old. Which is great or I would have never found this wonderful restaurant.

Dino's menu has a wide variety of both Italian and Greek family recipes. So whether you are in the mood for Moussaka, a Filet Mignon, or Fettuccini Alfredo you will not be disappointed. Before ordering your meal start with an appetizer; the bruschetta is wonderful and served with a dipping sauce that makes it even better if that is possible. Or try the Saganaki a traditional Greek cheese that is brandy flambéed table side, topped with a loud "OOMPA!" from your waitress. It is sprinkled with lemon juice and served with warm pitas.

Dino's offers happy hour specials in the bar from 2pm-7pm everyday. Happy Hour includes appetizer specials and drink specials. What is so great about this little family owned restaurant is you will see the same customers and staff again and again; and become friends, even family! Make sure you say hello to Peter and his wife Alexandra, they will take good care of you.

Dino's is located at 1550 N Dysart Rd, Goodyear, AZ


Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm



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