We road our bikes up the beautiful Pinellas Bike Trail from Dunedin across a traffic jammed street to the sponge docks of Tarpon Springs. We anticipated an enjoyable lunch at Pappas's Restaurant, but discovered that it had been closed for years. This area of Tarpon is very commercial with assorted shops hawking products customarily featured at garage sales. We were hungry and happened to walk our bikes by Yianni's. Smelled good, looked airy and there was available seating and a safe place to park our bites. The menu was chock full of Greek specialities. I thoroughly enjoyed my attempt to eat a hugh plate of octopus, smelt and calimari accompanied with one of my favorite Greek wines. My wife ordered a plate of pork gyro that was as good as it gets. We were told it was marinated 24 hours. Tried to get a list of the seasonings but was told it was a trade secret. The service could not have been better. The Greek salad was as just good as the one that Mr. Pappas inventented. The portions are two or three times as much as a hungry biker can eat, so share menu selections when you order. The loud Greek music was somewhat annoying, but what the hell, life is never perfect.