Greek restaurant and wine bar
Omega Ouzeri is a contemporary Greek restaurant and wine bar, on Capitol Hill, in Seattle. We redefine traditional Greek recipes from earth and sea, around the long-standing tradition of mezedes – small portions, of exceptional food, to be shared by everyone around the table. Yia Yia’s recipes for the next generation.
Yes, for Phase 2, we are open for dine-in with masks, 6 feet between tables, and Oola’s hand sanitizer all around the room. In addition, we are following the guidelines set out by our WA Governor and the Washington Hospitality Association (see guidelines here.) We are excited to see your masked face.
We continue to offer Takeout through Pick-up or Delivery, see directions below.
Here’s what to expect when you dine-in at Omega in Phase 2:
First, all employees will be wearing a mask, and we will ask you to wear one when you are moving around the dining room.
Second, we are permitted to have 50% seating inside the dining room with 6 feet between tables so we recommend reservations either by phone or through OpenTable as this will help us spread out guests.
Third, we will have our full wall window open as much as possible given Seattle’s weather.
Fourth, parties no more than 5 guests at one table will be allowed; your server may be the only employee who visits your table to minimize contact.
Finally, the food and wine will be delicious, and Thomas will wave instead of offering a hug.
If you have any questions or concerns, please phone or email Rebecca Soukakos at email@example.com.
Our Greek Restaurant and Wine Bar is available for pick-up or delivery.
BRUNCH, LUNCH and DINNER.
Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10-2
Lunch Tuesday – Friday 12-3
Dinner Tuesday – Thursday 5-8
Dinner Friday & Saturday 5-9
HOW TO PICK-UP @ Omega
1. PLACE ORDER THROUGH CHOWNOW or
CALL IN YOUR ORDER
2. PULL UP TO OUR CURB or PARKING GARAGE
4. CALL US @ 206-257-4515
We’ll have your order ready for pick-up on a patio table or if you are in the garage we come out to you.
HOW TO GET DELIVERY
PLACE DELIVERY ORDER THROUGH DOORDASH
Philotimo – Jack Schafer Ph.D.
from Psychology Today
is a Greek word that is without definition, but impacts the world beyond imagination. The word philotimo comes from the Greek root words “filos,” meaning friend, and “timi,” meaning honor. The meaning of philotimo extends far beyond the words friend and honor. Philotimo encompasses the concepts of pride in self, pride in family, pride in community, and doing the right thing. Philotimo is an all-encompassing concept that gives meaning to life that stretches well beyond ourselves. Elder Paisiou aptly defined philotimo as “that deep-seated awareness in the heart that motivates the good that a person does. A philotimos person is one who conceives and enacts eagerly those things good.” –