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.
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.