What You'll Get
Stomachs only growl when they're hungry or preparing to bite the hand that keeps tickling them. Tame the beast within with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of Greek fare at Souvlaki in Blacksburg.
Souvlaki's menu of traditional Greek dishes shoos away hunger pangs within the walls of a casual eatery. After becoming legally ordained online, cooks marry phyllo dough with spinach and greek feta cheese to forge spanakopita ($4.25), and tuck marinated pork tenderloin into a pita-bread embrace in the souvlaki ($4.25). Eaters can explore the flavorscape of fried chickpeas in the falafel wrap ($4.25) or devour the hot deluxe sub's stack of ham, salami, turkey, roast beef, swiss cheese, and house-made greek dressing ($5.50 for 8"; $7.50 for 16"). Fork tines nab tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers from the greek salad with marinated chicken ($4.25), and sips of soda, iced tea, and lemonade ($1.89–$2.09) pour from the soda fountain, where guests can return for free refills or advice about carbon dating.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
When you order a gyro at Souvlaki, don't pronounce the "g." The menu very pointedly prefers the European pronunciation of the dish, a pita stuffed with spiced meat, onions, and housemade cucumber sauce. Everything else has a pretty straightforward pronunciation, including chicken-salad wraps and philly cheese steaks. There's souvlaki too, of course—another traditional Greek dish of marinated pork tenderloin nestled into a pita. No matter what you order, as you eat you can watch TV, play an arcade game, or just admire the staffers' rock-band-themed T-shirts.