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The restaurant industry is truly a family affair for Mr. Souvla. His grandfather owned a restaurant outside of Athens, Greece, where his mother was born on Christmas in 1937. After his mother relocated to the States, she and Mr. Souvla's stepfather ran a Greek cafe in Houston, introducing the beef-loving locals to succulent lamb. Now Mr. Souvla heads up his namesake eatery, where he and his staff craft comfort food in the form of stuffed grape leaves, gyros, and hummus. Many of their ingredients are organic and hail from local sources, while their dishes eschew fancy trappings such as complicated sauces for simple, authentic flavors passed down from Old World family recipes.
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