Dimitri’s On The Water
Dock your boat & dine on the waterfront. IF YOU HOOK IT, WE WILL COOK IT! Dimitri’s offers local domestic seafood, steaks cut-to-order, along with an assortment of Greek wines and a full bar. The most beautiful backdrops of all, Dimitri’s on the Water Greek Seafood Steakhouse Tarpon Springs is serving a New Greek Experience!
Our Promise to You
My Dad taught me to work hard. Mom taught me to work smart. They both taught me about what it takes to make a dollar and offer value to my customers. I take care to implement my parent’s traditions of flavorful food served in a fabulous ambience and cherish the joy of this journey!
My New Greek menu is the culmination of classic Greek Seafood Steakhouse Tarpon Springs favorites, coupled with All-American selections to satisfy practically any palate. Our entire repertoire is comprised of homemade renditions of Yia Yia’s (aka Grandma’s), family favorites! Only the love of food can lead you here to us!
Why Dine With Us?
- Locally Owned & Operated Multi-Generational Family Business!
- Everything is Made Fresh Daily.
- The Only Certified & Educated Chef in Tarpon Springs with Nationwide & International Experience.
- Nestled Centrally on the World Famous Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks!
- The Cuisine & Service are of the Highest Quality in the Area.
- Greek Family Tradition is What Drives our Team to Exceed Expectations Every Day!
- The Entire Repertoire are Homemade Renditions of Yia Yia’s (aka Grandma’s) Family Favorites!
- Waterfront Dining Alongside the Anclote River near the Mouth of the Gulf of Mexico!
- The Menu is the Culmination of Classic Greek Seafood Favorites Paired with All-American Choice to Satisfy Any Palate.
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What Our Customers Have to Say
Perfect venue to a Greek lunch. I had the broiled fish, Greek salad and pita bread. The view of the marina was awesome. We felt safe with social distancing and the cleanliness of the bathrooms and dining area. — Karen R., West Des Moines, IA
This is an amazing restaurant. Authentic Greek food on a beautiful water front. This can be quick bite to eat in flip flops or fine dining whatever you need! Today we stopped in flip flop style for a quick bite. The small salads are def for two people. A large could be split with 4. We had a Greek mojito and the blue drink (forgot the name) very good! Our waiter if I remember was Yanik(sp?) very attentive. We also had a complementary fresh bread with evoo and balsamic vinegar and seasonings soooo good. Before our meal we grabbed the pita and taziki – tasted very flavorful and very Fresh. We both had a salad I ordered the Dimitri which was amazing and my mom had another type with a large slice of feta. Both were delicious. Hands down the best salad I’ve had in a loooong time and I’m a vegetarian salad queen! Staff were all masked up and very friendly! Can’t wait to stop back by and grab another meal! — Christina S., Dillingham, AK
We road tripped from The Villages to Tarpon Springs. Our friends have dined here several times and really like it. We ordered 4 appetizers!!! So we were waaay too full for meals. Got the 4 dip sampler- it was huge. Also the saganaki and Greek salad-super large as well. Calamari finished it off. Calamari seemed freshly breaded and not frozen. We love to dine this way! With lots of choices in Tarpon Springs, think we’d try other places but this is a solid choice. We did sit outside and asked to move. Originally they tucked us into a corner but due to the rain it was very humid. We moved to a table under a fan which was much better. They happily accommodated us. — Cheryl B., The Villages, FL
…They had a spot for us in the dining room, with a great view of the water… Of course, we had to get saganaki (flaming cheese! Opa!!! So, so, so good) and we both ordered grouper dishes. I had the blackened grouper sandwich. The fish was so tasty, cooked to perfection and a generous portion. I loved it. But as good as all that was, holy wow, the bun! That’s the best sandwich bun I’ve ever had! (And I adore all carbs-I notice, appreciate and will never turn my back on bread) I should have asked for a side order of sandwich buns to take home! I’ll do that on my next visit, which had to be soon, because there are at least nine other things on the menu that I’m dying to try. Oh! We had the rhubarb Moscow mules, served in the copper mugs. Soooo refreshing, and perfect with food-not too sweet. Our server was great and the manager was attentive and personable. This was just stellar! — Jennifer B., Brandon, FL
Located right on the sponge docks of Tarpon Springs, this old establishment is a huge draw. With authentic Greek food, and many Greek employees, and right on the water, you feel like you could be in Greece. After a beverage, the next thing you order is saganaki, the flaming cheese. If you don’t you are missing the complete experience. The menu is extensive and you will find something perfect for you. Our food was teriffic…The Adventure: A unique and pleasant travel dining delight. I SHALL BE BACK! — Marguerite A., Isanti, MN
We had dinner here during the Sponge Docks Seafood festival (skip it). Delicious! For apps we had the (sorry I thought I could easily look it up) cold Greek style mashed potatoes with pita bread wedges and tzatziki dip with pita wedges. Both were delicious and the tzatziki was SO much better than ever non Greek restaurant I’ve ever been to I may not be able to get it elsewhere again. For entrees, he had the pastitsio, which was sort of like beef and macaroni with a delicious layer of cheese and bread baked on the top. I had the pork tenderloin souvlaki sandwich which was mmm mmm good! — Cathy F., Orlando, FL