Greek restaurants line Halsted Street. Try Greek Islands (200 S.
Halsted St.) and the Parthenon (314 S. Halsted St.), which offer
homemade gyros and saganaki (flaming cheese). Santorini (138 S.
Halsted) offers seafood and Roditys (222 S. Halsted) is known for
its authentic Greek food. Athena (212 S. Halsted St.) has a
beautiful outdoor area and the Artopolis Bakery and Cafe (306 S.
Halsted St.) is known for their sweets and breads. The new Hellenic
Museum (333 S. Halsted) is interactive fun for kids
to learn about Greek mythology and history. Visit the Jane Addams
Hull-House Museum (800 S. Halsted St.), good for kids in third
grade and older.