Greece has been doing farm-to-table for centuries; they just don’t make a big deal of it. From a team headlined by James Beard Award winner Jody Adams, Saloniki takes a similar approach—the takeout spot calls itself a “scratch kitchen,” meaning it’s committed to the freshest ingredients sourced from reputable small farms so as to elevate its straightforward fare. You can build your own rice plate or go with a classic pita: lemon-oregano chicken with tzatziki, zucchini-feta fritters with garlic yogurt and herb salad. Even desserts are mere minor-league indulging—baklava chips and honey loukoumades—which means you can better justify a glass of Greek wine with your meal. For a different take on fresh Greek fare in one of the city's buzziest environments, check out Saloniki's sister establishment Greek Street, found only at Time Out Market Boston.