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Souvla Partnering with Delta Airlines to Serve Greek Meals on Flights

SAN FRANCISCO – Souvla, the Greek fast-casual restaurant in San Francisco, draws fans from far and wide to enjoy their spit-roasted meat sandwiches and salads, many of which will be available on Delta flights alongside new dishes created exclusively for Delta Airlines, according to an article on the airline’s website dated August 11. Customers will be able to enjoy Souvla’s famous chicken salad and signature frozen Greek yogurt topped with vissino, a traditional Greek sour cherry syrup.

“As a longtime Delta flyer and Diamond Medallion Member, seeing Souvla meals served onboard is truly a dream come true,” said Charles Bililies, Founder and CEO of Souvla. “We’re so honored to bring our creative take on Greek cuisine to the skies and to be working alongside such a visionary team at Delta. We are thrilled to share the unique Greek flavors Souvla is known for with Delta’s premium customers from our hometown of San Francisco.”

Souvla will be served in Delta One and First Class on flights from San Francisco to Boston and New York-JFK.

Bililies posted on social media: “It has been an extraordinary experience working with the talented teams from Delta, and I remain incredibly impressed and truly grateful for the collective hard work of Tony Cervone and his culinary team in developing menus that reflect and highlight not only Souvla, but Greek cuisine overall.

“To see #greekfood onboard a major airline brings a lot of pride for Greek-Americans like myself. This is the start of a wonderful partnership and an exciting new chapter for Souvla, and I can't wait to see where it will take us.”

More information about Souvla is available online: https://www.souvla.com.

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