Sebastian’s in the News
Sebastian’s has been mentioned in Cincinnati local newspapers and magazines. Click one of the links below to read an article.
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Cheap eats: Sebastian’s Greek restaurant in West Price Hill serves up super gyros
From Metromix Cincinnati, August 2009: This write-up mentions Sebastian’s delicious gyros, relaxed atmosphere, affordable food, and gives you a great explanation of why Sebastian’s customers keep coming back!
Favorite Dish: Gyros from Sebastian’s
This article appeared in Cin Weekly magazine in February 2005. The article mentions Sebastian’s great food and great customer service.
Sebastian’s customers crazy for real Greek food
Posted in the Cincinnati Enquirer in August 2004, this article mentions Alex’s background and what makes Sebastian’s so special. Read about this writer’s experience at Sebastian’s and what they thought of the delicious Greek gyros, spanakopita, and more!
2 for $20 Sebastian’s Greek Restaurant in Price Hill
This article appeared in Cin Weekly magazine in June 2004. Julie Fitzgerald writes about how Sebastian’s is known for having the best gyro (pronounced: year-oh) in Cincinnati and mentions Sebastian’s famous tsadziki sauce – used for dipping gyros meat and fries!
Seek Greek at Sebastian’s
This article appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer in March 2004. This author writes about the decor and of course Sebastian’s famous gyros that are served in a pita with onions and tomatoes.
Sebastian’s Satisfies Your Feta Fetish
This short article written in April 2004, mentions Sebastian’s famous Greek gyros, Greek salads, and Sebastian’s delicious fries.
Where to Eat 2004
Sebastian’s was featured in CityBeat’s “Where to Eat 2004″ article as one of the restaurants to take out-of-towners to.
At Sebastian’s, make sure to go for the gyros
This article was featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1999. Read about Sebastian’s small but wonderful menu and their specialty – the gyros sandwich.