Sydney's iconic "STEKI" Taverna is back in action!

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Sydney's iconic Steki Taverna, one of Australia's oldest Greek entertainment institutions has re-opened its doors at 149 Enmore Road, Enmore, a few blocks aways from its original location in Newtown where it operated for some 39 years.

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Its closure at the original location was prompted by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Despite the challenges, the overwhelming support from the community convinced owner Paul Ioakimidis to find a new location for the taverna. He received an outpouring of love and encouragement, making him realise that the Sydney community would greatly miss the unique experience that Steki Taverna offered.

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True to his commitment, Ioakimidis has returned with a renewed Steki Taverna which will provide a larger capacity for 90 diners. The interior design will retain the same Greek aesthetics and memorabilia that made the original Steki Taverna so beloved. Tables will be arranged around a dance floor, with space available for a live band to entertain guests.

Ioakimidis is enthusiastic about bringing Steki Taverna back to the people and encourages everyone to dance and get involved in the lively experience.



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