Oinopoleion is one of the best places in the center of Athens, more specifically in Psiri, for authentic moments with friends and abundant wine (hence the name "Oino", meaning wine).
Oinopoleion's story takes us back to 1928, when it was first opened by the grandfather of the current owners. To this day, it firmly remains a traditional wine taverna that features a varied selection of wines and a myriad of tasty creations, homemade with a lot of love and great care.
What stands out on the menu is the Pontian ravioli stuffed with ricotta cheese, fried lamb and handmade veal sausage (made by a member of the family).
The establishment's originality lies in the fact that there's a wine cellar on the premises, where you can find wine under the name "Ampelonas Markou", as well as tsipouro, petimezi, handmade pasta and trahana (pasta with buttermilk or yoghurt), tomato sauce, and grape syrup sweets.
From Friday to Sunday, your meal will be accompanied by live Greek popular, folk and rembetika music.