In addition to cradling civilization, Greece taught mankind how to cook with fire and cried on its first day of kindergarten. Pay homage to society’s Mediterranean mother with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of Greek-inspired Southern fare at Kairos Kafe, located in the old Ollie's Barbecue building on University Boulevard.
Kairos Kafe’s feast formulators craft hearty Hellenic dishes to fill mouths with breakfast or lunch, depending on the sun’s position in the sky. Rise with the rosy-fingered dawn to enjoy the eggs florentine, two busted-yolk eggs over made-from-scratch hash browns with florentine sauce, spinach, mozzarella, and parmesan ($5.95). Lunchfarers saunter in to have an order of Kairos’s chicken tenderloins one of eight ways, including Horst's Hot & Spicy—grilled chicken tenderloins with buffalo sauce and two side dishes ($6.95). For a power lunch, pound the Bernard’s Black Angus burger—grilled and topped with muenster cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and onions ($7.95)—then spike your napkin and dump a glass of the house-made Kairos Luscious lemonade all over your appetite's head.
Founded with a community atmosphere in mind, Kairos aims to bring people together under the banner of delicious flavor and unite them with bonds of friendship and sandwiches. Drop in to devour your way to a new appreciation for Greek eating.