You wouldn't think Athens is on the bleeding-edge of the restaurant scene but what can top this? This contemporary art space, housed in a masterfully converted old ice cream factory in the hot Metaxourgeio neighborhood, is now also an experimental, rotating restaurant, which invites different teams of chefs to cook for its eclectic crowd (in a concept not unlike the rotating exhibitions regularly held in the gallery's 1,000 feet of exhibition space). The compact 45-seater
eaterie has been tastefully decorated with traditional Greek rugs and cushions, cleverly contrasting with the stark white furniture. Check the restaurant's blog thebreederfeeder.blogspot.com for upcoming guest chef appearances and its "opening days" (usually Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays).