The hole-in-the-walls of America her their mascot: Mykonos Grill of Tarpon Springs, Florida. This place is ancient, traditional, and well-kept-up, though from the exterior shows that it shouldn't hold much promise. Inside is a Mediterranean wonderland, complete with the staple of the region, great food. Each dish served is seemingly better than the last, from a lemon, rice, and chicken soup to a wine-braised leg of lamb. The service is slower than average, but who minds that when being delivered one of the best meals of their lives? Tarpon Springs' most renowned restaurant has gotten even better over the years, something difficult to do for a restaurant this steeped in tradition. Hopefully, the next fifty years will be just as good as the opening decades. This one will be around for a long, long time.