Industry News | June 5, 2013

Little Greek Restaurant Enjoys 9th Anniversary

Little Greek Restaurant opened its doors on June 1, 2004, at 320 East Lake Road in Palm Harbor, Florida, and began a loyal relationship with restaurant guests. To celebrate its ninth anniversary, Little Greek Restaurant is offering a in-house favorite combo meals for $6.99. During the week of June 9 to 15, customers may choose either a traditional gyro or chicken pita, each served with the signature hand-cut fries and a drink.

 

“Celebrating nine successful years is a living dream for not only our Founder Sigrid Bratic, who came to the United States with the hope of becoming an entrepreneur but for our Little Greek family,” says president Nick Vojnovic, who developed a partnership with Bratic in April of 2011 with plans of franchising Little Greek Restaurant’s throughout Tampa Bay and beyond. “Behind every restaurant is a talented chef, and our food definitely reflects this.”

 

Little Greek Restaurant takes pride in serving only the highest quality ingredients; they make their food to order in an open kitchen to create visual excitement. “We want the quality of our service and dining experience to match the quality of our food,” Vojnovic says.

 

Little Greek Restaurant is celebrating nine years of growing from local neighborhoods to expanding over multiple neighborhoods nationally. Receiving many awards as they grow – from Nation’s Restaurant News: 50 Top Breakout Brands of 2012 to Tampa Bay Business Journal: Top 25 People to Watch – Little Greek Restaurant has made it clear, they are only moving forward.

 

“We are blessed to be celebrating nine years of great food and service, while so many in the industry are struggling,” Vojnovic says. “We keep our company values close to our hearts and focus on serving the highest quality food with the greatest service. We truly could not have accomplished so much without our loyal customers and employees. Both Sigrid and I would like to thank everyone who has provided continual support.”