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What You'll Get
Like modern minstrels, ancient Greek poets sang for their supper, which explains both the fantastic flavors of Hellenic fare and the incredibly long list of ships in the Iliad. Launch a thousand flavors at your face with today's deal: for $6, you get $12 worth of Grecian fare at Kairos Kafe, located in the historical Old Ollie's Barbecue building on University Boulevard.
Rise with the rosy-fingered dawn to enjoy a breakfast selection such as the eggs Florentine: two busted-yolk eggs over made-from-scratch hash browns with Florentine sauce, spinach, mozzarella, and parmesan ($5.95). Or stay in your tent until a reasonable hour and saunter in for a Hellenic lunch. Have an order of Kairos’ chicken tenders one of eight ways, including Horst's hot and spicy (grilled chicken tenderloins with Buffalo sauce, granny's rolls, and two side dishes such as soup and green beans, $6.95). Or boldly go with a signature dish such as Nelson's marvelous meatballs, grilled up and served in a zesty beef sauce ($6.95). For a power lunch, pound the rib eye Hurley sandwich (grilled rib eye on a toasted bun with onion rings and a fried green tomato, $9.95), 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 then unite them with bonds of friendship and sandwiches. Drop in and devour your way to a new appreciation for Greek eating.
- From 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the staff is quite serious about the food. As a friend said, "This place reminds me of my grandmother's house in Norwood, high ceilings and lots of pictures on the walls in old frames." He added that it smelled a lot like the same. His grandmother ran a boarding house, and there was always something cooking. Pleasant memories. – Fletcher Harvey, AL.com
- "Sometimes the simplest dishes are the best dishes, and this one always hits the spot, especially in the winter," he said, explaining that the restaurant, which is located in the former Ollie's Barbecue building, serves a different soup each week. – Lynn Grisard Fullman, AL.com
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. No cash back. Tax & gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.