Where to Eat in SA on National Gyro Day

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John The Greek
If it's tzatziki that you're after, pick up your gyro from John The Greek, a 17-year-old San Antonio staple. Loaded with creamy goodness and and crisp strips of gyro, this variation is available 10 different ways for lunch with your choice of soup, salad, fries or in pairs with a drink because you've always wanted to double-fist gyros. 
16602 San Pedro Ave., (210) 403-0565.

Sitting directly across from St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church gives Demo's original spot a bit more street cred. The casual spot is always airy and the gyro on point. Go for the fries, always served up fresh at any of their three locations.
Multiple locations, demosgreekfood.com.

Mina & Dimi's Greek House
Big appetites should consider M&D's for their Fat Deluxe Gyro (double meat and fries) with lettuce, tomato, onion, feta and tzatziki sauce. It's a big meal with delicious results. 
7159 Highway 90, (210) 674-3464.
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