Kefi, the Greek restaurant on Columbus Avenue between 84th and 85th street that’s been closed since January after a water main break, will reopen on Monday, Zagat reports. It sounds like the Greek restaurant will have a few changes, and offer some opening week specials.

“The room has been renovated – diners can expect a larger bar with more seats for walk-ins, and a fancy new plaster staircase. While the menu’s largely the same, opening week will feature happy-hour deals all day – look out for $5 cocktails, $1 oysters and $1.50 sliders through December 1.”

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    1. WombatNYC says:

      I hope part of the remodeling was the downstairs restrooms. They were unsightly and turned my stomach many a times

    2. wombatNYC says:

      Salad , Greek Mezze and bread trumps bathroom cleanliness everytime

    3. I’ve long been a critic of the menu term, “sliders,” and wish we’d call them the more honest, “Round White Castle Burgers Writ Large.”

      But am looking forward to Kefi reopening.

    4. Ted says:

      Interesting that Kefi was fighting a “C” rating and then was suddenly in need of repair. Hmmmm