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Greek Street Food Truck Will Open Sitdown Restaurant Near Dayton 

November 27, 2021

Fans of the Greek Street Food Truck in Dayton, Ohio won’t have to eat on the walk too much longer as founder Chris Spirtos said he’ll open a restaurant at the Crosse Point Shopping Center in Centerville, in the metro area.

He said he hopes it will open next year, said the Dayton Daily News, and with a bigger space he can add more items to the menu and especially plans to pile on desserts, including baklava soft serve ice cream, combining Greek and U.S. treats.

“I don’t know if that’s how it’s going to be for future Greek Street, but our first one, that’s what we felt was best,” Spirtos said.

“My grandparents were straight from Greece,” he told the paper. “They were always in the kitchen, and being in the kitchen was always a great memory… everyone would just gather there and cook. I think that’s really what got me into cooking.”

He started the business in 2016. After high school, he attended Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Chicago but returned to the Dayton area to share his love of food.



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