$20 for Dinner for Two Including Appetizer, Two Entrees, and Two Drinks at Cooking Greek (Up to $40.43 Value)

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Traditional delicacies such as moussaka, spanakopita, and roasted lamb; gluten-free and vegan options

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Expires May 8th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for combo plate or roasted lamb entrees. Extra fee for Gluten free items. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$20 for Dinner for Two (Up to $40.43 Total Value)

  • One hummus, baba ganouj, or falafel appetizer (a $7.95 value)
  • Two specialty hot-plate entrees (up to a $13.95 value each)
  • Two fountain drinks (a $2.29 value each)

Entrees include the gyro plate ($13.95), which features gyro meat sauteed with onions and peppers over a bed of rice, as well as lemon chicken ($12.95) roasted with greek spices, and dolmas ($13.95), baked grape leaves filled with rice, beef, and vegetables. See the full dinner menu. Reservations recommended.

Cooking Greek

“I don’t want you to just follow the recipe because it’s there,” Katherine Haidar says in an interview on Fox 59. “I want you to add your taste to it.”

Katherine, the owner of Cooking Greek, draws on a passion for the traditional recipes she learned from her Greek-born parents. She began cooking at age 8 and lets that experience shine through while leading hands-on classes.

Katherine also brings that same dedication to authentic Mediterranean tastes to her adjoining eatery, where diners welcome plates filled with bites of roasted lamb, garlic, and eggplant. Many entrees are gluten-free; chefs infuse their signature lemon chicken with a blend of citrus and greek spices, and stuff dolmades with a wheat-free combination of rice, beef, and vegetables before tucking them into the oven.