Baba, Greek-Lebanese restaurant from owners of Bodega, officially opens in the Burg

At long last, Baba’s restaurant is open to the public. The Greek-Lebanese concept from George and Debbie Sayegh, owners of the popular Bodega, has already impressed locals. Baba’s bakery opened several weeks ago to wild acclaim.

Prep your palate for a sample of delicious Greek wines and beers and Lebanese liquors. Nosh on souvlaki with lemon and cheese or go lighter with the best falafel in the Sunshine City.

Surprise! We’re open for dinner! Join us starting at 5 p.m.And if your really excited like we are, swing by tonight! 🧿

Posted by Baba on Central on Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Fingers crossed we’ll be able to get our hands on some sweet sticky baklava and refreshing lemon butter cookies. The menu is extraordinarily affordable, with no item exceeding $12.

Baba is located at 2701 Central Avenue. Follow Baba on Facebook for menu updates, and more details on anticipated hours.

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Posted by I Love the Burg St. Pete on Tuesday, July 2, 2019

What Mediterranean dish do you hope to see on the menu?


*Featured image via Baba on Central 

Written by Andrew Harlan

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