These are the most popular Greek restaurants in Boston, according to check-in data

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March 22, 2016 - Saloniki
The George with herb salad and spicy whipped feta with a village salad at Saloniki.

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The George with herb salad and spicy whipped feta with a village salad at Saloniki. –Katherine Taylor / The Boston Globe

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From the flaky favorite baklava to savory dishes of roast lamb, Greek menus are bursting with variety and flavor. Luckily, Boston offers a multitude of places to find them.

We consulted data from check-in app Swarm to see which Greek restaurants were checked into the most by people in Boston from November 2 to November 9.

1. Saloniki Greek
4 Kilmarnock St., Fenway

2. Zo
3 Center Plaza, Downtown

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3. Farm Grill & Rotisserie
40 Needham St., Newton

4. Greek Corner Restaurant
2366 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

5. Doretta Taverna & Raw Bar
79 Park Plaza, Downtown Crossing

6. Desfina
202 3rd St., Cambridge

7. Gyro City
88 Peterborough St., Fenway

8. KAVA neo-taverna
315 Shawmut Ave., South End

9. Mama’s Place
764 Huntington Ave., Mission Hill

10. Cafe Med
31 St James Ave., Back Bay