Nearby Subway Stops
F, G at Seventh Ave.
American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Kids' Menu
- Late-Night Dining
- No Alcohol
23rd St. to 1st St., Prospect Park West to Third Ave.
This venue is closed.
With faux-malachite Formica tables and floral-upholstered booths (some mended with black duct tape), Katina's—invitingly lit by a wall of windows—is short on formality, but long on familiar, neighborly comfort. Waitresses banter easily with the customers, serving up their regular orders from the menu’s hundreds of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Along with 15 varieties of burger and a multitude of permutations of the grilled cheese sandwich, there’s a healthy selection of Greek favorites: Moussaka, spinach pie, kabobs and gyros are consistently fresh and appealing, especially when topped with the chef’s creamy homemade tzatziki sauce, redolent with garlic and flecked with mint and crunchy cucumber. Breakfast is available any time, offering the traditional egg combos, challah French toast and fresh-squeezed OJ. Weekdays between 6am and 10:30am, the breakfast specials are bargain-priced, and any time a taste of Brooklyn nostalgia seems in order, Katina's can whir up delectable chocolate or vanilla egg creams and thick, spoon-standing ice cream milkshakes.Recommended Dishes
Chicken kabob deluxe, $8.75; spinach pie with Greek salad, $7.75; hamburger deluxe, $5.55, tzatziki sauce, $1.50
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