THERE SEEM TO be two kinds of Greek restaurants in Chicago. The most numerous are the fast-food eateries, seattered throughout the city, whose Greek offerings are limited to gyros, Greek salad, and baklava. Less common are Greek restaurants where lamb, seafood, and cheese dishes predominate.
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