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239 E Main St

Sun Prairie, WI 53590

(608) 837-5700


Open nightly for dinner every day but Mon.       

Also open for Lunch  Saturday  11-4, and selected Friday lunches


Closed Mondays






Lunch Menu (pdf)

(open for lunch Saturdays)

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We take reservations

We do takeout too!

Call (608) 837-5700


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For our Friday Lunches or our "Taverna Tuesday" specials--become part of our text club.

Simply send a text to 90583, with keyword: Atlantis

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Last Update:  March 29, 2015




Special Hours:

We will be closed on Sunday April 5 for Easter.

Enjoy breakfast at our sister restaurant, Plaka Taverna, which will be open on Easter Sunday from 8am to 1pm.

Atlantis Taverna is currently open winter hours, which means no weekly Friday lunches for now.  However, we continue to be open on Saturdays for lunch, beginning 11am.

We will be having a once-a-month Friday lunch (called "secret lunches"), which will be announced here on our website, on our Facebook page, and via email.  If you are not receiving emails from us and would like to, please complete the form to the left below, next to the green arrow.  


Sign up for email alerts/specials here.

You will be first to know of new menu offerings, promotions, and special dinners.






Available for pick-up during restaurant hours.  
Please order ahead--give at least 20 minutes notice on 
weekdays, 1/2 hour notice on Friday and Saturday.
More notice may be required  on larger orders. 
Order at (608) 837-5700
Please, no substitutions or
modifications to packages.


Winter/Spring Hours

Open for dinner Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat, and Sun  from 4:00 - 9:00

Open Lunch Saturday 11-4, plus dinner 4-9

Also, open selected Friday lunches (what we call our "secret lunches").  To get notifications of our next "secret lunch" date, please see our Facebook page, or visit this website, or become part of our email club or text club by following instructions in left-hand column of this page.


Closed Mondays


What is a Greek Taverna?

In Greece, a “taverna” is a small, lively, family-owned restaurant where friends gather to eat, drink, and enjoy each other’s company. Often the husband does the cooking while the wife manages the dining room.  Atlantis Taverna in downtown Sun Prairie is such a place. Proprietors Beth and Telly Fatsis have brought to you authentic Greek family recipes, and invite you to experience the Mediterranean in this cozy, friendly, and colorful taverna.

Atlantis Taverna is located in a renovated 100+ year-old building in historic downtown Sun Prairie.  We have added a patio to the rear of the building for outdoor dining. 

There is ample parking in the city-owned lot behind the building, and parking is always free.

Atlantis Taverna features:

  • Spanakopita (Spinach Pie)

  • Pastitsio & Moussaka

  • Souvlaki

  • Baklava & other Greek desserts

  • Gyros & Gyros platters

  • Many Combination Plates

  • Vegetarian Meals

  • Falafel

  • Saganaki ("Flaming Cheese")




Atlantis Taverna--In our 9th year on Main Street in Sun Prairie!


Ouzo...the popular licorice-flavored spirit that so perfectly ends a meal at the local taverna.




The evil eye curse is a belief that was widespread in ancient Greece and Rome, as well as Turkey and many other Mediterranean countries..  If you suddenly felt dizzy and weak, with a headache and nausea, you may have been cursed with the evil eye.   This curse is associated with jealousy or envy--if someone is intensely jealous of you, he or she may be giving you the evil eye curse.  Often, however, the curse is unintentional--you may compliment a friend on his new clothes or new car and suddenly he has been cursed.  To ward off the spell, Greeks will wear an evil eye charm like the one seen here, as well as hang them in their homes over the doorways (so that no evil enters the home).


For an excellent website about travelling through Greece, visit: