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Souvla is a fine casual Greek restaurant with locations in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley and NoPa neighborhoods, inspired by casual souvlaki joints found throughout Greece.
Souvla rotisserie roasts locally-raised meats and wraps them in warm, fluffy pita with seasonal salads and Greek yogurt sauces. (The word “souvla” means “spit” or “skewer” in Greek — the rod on which meat is roasted.)
The Greek fries have topped a whole lot of “best fry” lists, and don’t miss the frozen Greek yogurt served in the classic “NY Cup.” The first Souvla opened its doors in April, 2014 at 517 Hayes Street, and its second at 531 Divisadero in June, 2016.
At Souvla, the motto is “make it nice and be nice.” Souvla looks forward to welcoming you in to their restaurant!