This is our 2017 menu specifically for Friday and features meze (Greek for appetizers and small plates). Saturday and Sunday have a different menu. Items are subject to change or sell out.
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- Contains Honey - Visitor Favorite - item usually sells out!
All food and pastries are made in a facility (our kitchen) that uses milk, eggs, fish, nuts, and wheat. Some of our pastries use walnuts. Most of our food and pastries use wheat flour--only the dolmathes, Greek salad, houmous, tzatziki, and grilled meats do not.
If you have a specific allergy, please contact us for the full list of ingredients.
Why no meat on Friday?
For Orthodox Christians, fasting is an important part of our lives. Fasting allows us to shift our focus from simply nourishing our body to nourishing our soul. By resisting the desires of the body and abstaining from food, we can reorder our lives and focus on our faith. The Orthodox Church has established certain days as fast days to help direct us. During most weeks, Wednesdays and Fridays are fast days. On these days, we are to abstain from consuming meat, among other foods. Our Friday menu items observe this important discipline for Orthodox Christians.
Provided by: "Fasting: Faith & Life - Orthodox Christianity", Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.More about Orthodox Fasting
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