1650 W. Bakerview Rd.
Mon-Thurs 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Fri 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Sat 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
Sun 12:30 PM - 10:00 PM
For many years, the Bellingham airport area has been sorely lacking in dining spots. Since the region surrounding the airport has grown, the opening of Mykonos Greek Restaurant has helped fill that niche. Conveniently located near Interstate 5 behind the Hampton Inn, the restaurant draws business from the airport, the Interstate, and the nearby hotels. Owners Karen and Dimitri Pantoleon have the savvy necessary for success as restaurateurs, having run Syros in Lynden for 12 years. By building Mykonos from scratch, they were able to create a dining spot with a uniqueness all its own.
Enter the upscale eatery and experience a taste of the Mediterranean. To the lobby's right is a bar; straight-ahead is a receiving area where a friendly host or hostess is ready to seat you. To the left is the spacious dining room that seats 120 and is regularly filled each day at lunch and dinner. Diners are surrounded by a luxurious, high-ceiling interior with Corinthian columns and statues, creating a romantic atmosphere.
Mykonos, named after a Greek island, features authentic Greek fare. Dimitri is a native of Tripolis, Greece and uses many family recipes learned from his mother and sister. The delicious pita bread is made fresh in house daily and goes well with the mouthwatering, garlicky humus appetizer. Traditional dishes include moist, tender chicken or lamb souvlaki; zesty Greek salad; sumptuous vegetarian moussaka (eggplant and zucchini); or briam (oven-roasted vegetables with feta cheese and a light, savory tomato sauce). Lunch and dinner prices are reasonable, especially considering the generous portions served.
Mykonos is located right behind Hampton's Inn near the airport.
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