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Joining midtown marketplaces like Gotham West Market and Brooklyn Fare, this grocery-cum-café highlights traditional Greek food and wine in Murray Hill. Stations set throughout the stone-and-wood space include a yogurt bar—rigged with liquid nitrogen for à la minute frozen treats—a meze counter (tabouli, tzatziki) and prepared-food items, like beef moussaka, grilled lamb chops and lavraki (rosemary-flecked sea bass). Phyllo dough is made in-house for pastries such as baklava, tyropita (stuffed with feta and local eggs) and galaktoboureko (filled with vanilla-bean–semolina custard). Along with takeout and delivery, shoppers have the option to dine at a communal wood table or at the wine bar, offering Mediterranean vino, charcuterie and house-baked breads. Food demonstrations, including guest-chef events, wine tutorials and cooking classes, are held daily at the center of the market.