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Maria’s Kitchen Bringing More Greek Food to Boston

January 27, 2020

Boston is a hub for Greek-American food and diners, a treasure for hungry Hellenophiles and foodies too, and now another dining spot is being added in the West Roxbury neighborhood with Maria’s Kitchen, which will be offering the kind of traditional food for which Greeks are famous.

The restaurant, said 10 Boston, will take over three vacant spaces within a building that the restaurant owners purchased.

City of Boston licensing board records indicate it will open on the busy and popular Centre Street, with the website for the dining spot saying that it will be bringing “flavor, family-style cooking, and livelihood” to a building that had been home to a takeout pizza spot, a hair salon, and a small office previously.

The owners of the eatery say on the site they have been in the restaurant business for more than 35 years, with the report indicating that it will be operated by Dimitris Meletlidis, who has been involved with dining spots/pizzerias in West Roxbury, Chelsea, and Revere over the years, according to an old Chelsea Record article.
Maria’s Kitchen will offer pizza, calzones, sandwiches, pasta dishes, seafood, and Greek dishes.

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