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What You'll Get
$10 for $20 Worth of Greek Cuisine
The menu features pizza Niko, a pizza with a soft pita crust, marinated chicken, and diced tomatoes ($6.99), a chicken feta wrap ($6.29), a gyro pita with shaved rotisserie lamb and beef ($6.19), and a Greek rice bowl ($7.99). Most dishes also come with the option to add feta fries to any sandwich, pita, or wrap for an extra $2.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must purchase a food item. Valid only for location listed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Greek City Cafe
John Pappas didn’t know much English when he first arrived on American soil, but he did know the secrets of cooking excellent Greek cuisine. The native Greek passed on his recipes and expert techniques to his son Nicholas, who would go on to open his own Mediterranean restaurant—Greek City Cafe.
Deep in his restaurant’s kitchen, Nicholas and his chefs fold juicy meats and fresh vegetables into a variety of Greek-inspired paninis, wraps, and salads. They layer pitas with juicy slices of shaved lamb and beef before adding dollops of flavorful tzatziki and creamy greek dressing. To craft specialty pizzas, the chefs shower soft pita shells in mixed cheeses, diced tomatoes, and grilled chicken. When discussing these dishes with a reporter from Westchase Patch, Nicholas explained, “We take a mainstream item and put a Greek twist to it. I make them feel comfortable, but when they taste it they realize they've never experienced that flavor.”
In the casual dining room, where sunlight streams onto soft blue and green walls, guests can linger over their last bites of these inventive eats before ordering desserts such as baklava. Countertop seating surrounds a lush olive tree in the center of the room, which was imported from Greece and lives off of sunlight and Greek wine.