Zaytinya Celebrates Greek Easter with Agora Day and Night Market (photos)

Spartan warriors Mike and John Trikeriotis greet guests to Zaytinya agorá
Jeff Malet
Spartan warriors Mike and John Trikeriotis greet guests to Zaytinya agorá

The Penn Quarter restaurant Zaytinya held its first annual outdoor market and celebration of Greek culture on April 21-22 with Agora Day and Night Market to coincide with the Greek Easter holiday. Participants were greeted by two ancient Spartan warriors in full armor as they enjoyed Greek music, food, wine and spirits on the restaurant's newly renovated patio. In ancient Greece the "agorá" was the gathering place in the center part of the city state which also served as a market place. The popular Zaytinya Restaurant, located in the District's Penn Quarter at 701 9th Street NW, specializes in Turkish, Greek and Lebanese cuisines.

View our photos of the Agorá at Zaytinya by clicking on the photo icons below.

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