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Omega Ouzeri

Greek restaurant and wine bar

(marketplace too!)

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.

Time for Thanksgiving

Turkey Dinner

Thanksgiving (Greek) Feast
@ your house.

This year is not the same, so lets embrace it and try some new dishes with a Greek flavor!

Thomas and the Omega team have created a Thanksgiving menu for two with all the fixings. And if you are not crazy about turkey he has some delicious substitutes. Order the whole meal or a la carte and make your day easier.

Pre-order by November 18, for pickup on Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Order on Tock and click here to view the full menu.

3 Choices of Entrees
-Honey-Orange Glazed Turkey Breast, Dry Fruit Compote

-Acorn Squash Stuffed with Spiced Lamb Shoulder

-Pumpkin-Feta Pastitsio

 

Take-Away or Delivery

Yes, we are back in Phase 1! Takeout and Delivery only, till December 14, (but let’s not kid ourselves, it will probably be much longer.)

We are continuing to follow the guidelines set out by our WA Governor and the Washington Hospitality Association (see guidelines here.)

We are grateful to see your masked face and we look forward to treating you to a taste of Greece.

If you have any questions or concerns, please phone or email Rebecca Soukakos at info@omegaouzeri.com.

Our Greek Restaurant and Marketplace is available for

pick-up or delivery.

DINNER HOURS

MONDAY – SATURDAY

4-8

HOW TO PICK-UP @ Omega 

ORDER ONLINE FOR PICKUP

1. PLACE ORDER THROUGH CHOWNOW or

CALL IN YOUR ORDER

206-257-4515

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.” –