January 2020

Five Columns Newsletter for Wednesday, January 01, 2020
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Monthly Dinner Special 

Greek Ribs & Salmon Combo  

Come join us for dinner to enjoy this exclusive combination featuring our baby back ribs and baked salmon. 

The ribs are slow cooked with Jim’s one-of-a-kind mix of herbs and spices, and then topped with our house Greek sauce of lemon, olive oil, herbs and garlic. The salmon is perfectly baked and served with lemon-butter on the side. This combination dinner comes with your choice or rice pilaf or potatoes and a small Greek salad with garlic bread, served ahead of time. 


Suggested wine: Retsina White Wine

It's Time....Return Your Gift to Us!

Bring Back your Mystery Gift Envelope

This is one gift you'll be happy to return!!!

If you received a mystery envelope in December, now's the time to join us for dinner to redeem your special gift. They are valid starting Jan 2nd, only for the month of January! Join us for dinner, after 3pm, bring back your UNOPENED envelope and redeem your gift!

They are all filled with great prizes, but one of them will be the winning envelope to a BRAND NEW TV!

They do expire January 31st, so don't hesitate!

Weekend Brunch

Saturday: 11am - 3pm 

Sunday: 8am - 3pm 

Join us for a classic breakfast dish or try some of our Greek inspired plates for a new & delicious twist to brunch!

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Made-from-scratch Bloody Marys


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Sunday Special: Eggs Benedict


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Juicy 1/2 pound burgers


Monthy Winners!

Comment Card Winner of a $20 Dinner Gift Certificate

Ellina Litovchenko


Business Card Winner of a FREE Lunch

Christie Shiels

Brookdale Fairhaven

Happy New Year!

To all our loyal friends, we wish you all a year filled with fun, happiness, health and many new memories created over good food!

Thank you to everyone who shared the holidays with us and celebrated here in our family restaurant. We thank everyone for your continued support throughout all of 2019. 

Cheers to 2020!! OPA!

Greek New Year's Food Traditions

Every region of Greece has their own traditional favorites this time of year when it comes to food, but all over Greece, New Year's is celebrated in great fashion with lots of good food! It not only symbolizes the beginning of a year, but holds a lot of meaning to the Greeks regarding a day of luck and looking forward to a year of prosperity, health and happiness. It is a day to acknowledge all the blessings received and to pray for them to continue into the new year. 

Pork or Lamb Dish - the main course is usually a big roast of pork or lamb. You can also find a tasty beef stew being made with tomatoes, fresh herbs, pearl onions and garlic. 

Vasilopita - a vanilla cake is served for dessert, with a hidden coin placed inside. The cutting of this cake is very ceremonial. The first slice cut goes to God, the second goes to the household, and then every slice there-on is assigned to a member of the family, from oldest to youngest. Whoever gets the coin in their slice will have an extra blessed year. 

"Everything was delicious! Thank you!" Rose Johnson





"The service, the cooking, the atmosphere...all so pleasing, done with love." William Petty





"The gyro is really good!" Christina Floyd






"Everything was wonderful! The servers/greeters/everyone was wonderful! Friendly!" Mike Toney







"Service was great. Jenna was very friendly & efficient. The soup was great." Mel Steffin






"Love the food & service." Dan Hisey






"The service is wonderful. Best Greek food around! I recommend you to everyone." Darcy Weeks






"Wonderful as always." Steve Pittman






"Your waitstaff is always wonderful. The food is always wonderful too." Joan Lichtenstein






"We love all of you! We also love the food. And the Makedonikos wine and Sunday breakfast, Eggs Benedict with hollandaise." Doug & Debra Lancaster






"The genuine friendliness of all of the staff." Dale Riesterer






"Great food, excellent service." Barb Kehl