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13 Little Greeks Mark their 10th

TAMPA BAY, FL – Little Greek Restaurant, which has  thirteen locations in Tampa Bay and serves classic Greek and American fare, will celebrate its 10th anniversary this weekend.

Guests will receive complimentary servings of items such as baklava, rice pudding, spinach pie, gyros and avgolemono soup on Saturday, July 12 and Sunday, July 13 at all area locations, including the new Citrus Park and Trinity stores.

There will also be special prices on such as $4.99 a gyro and a drink.

Little Greek plans to expand into Orlando by the end of the year.

“It was an easy decision to choose the Brandon, Orlando and Colleyville area for our upcoming expansions,” Nick Vojnovic, president of Little Greek Restaurant told the Orlando Business Journal. “We are looking forward to entering these new markets and starting the next phase of our franchise growth,” he said.

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