Theo Yianni’s Greek Restaurant at a New Location in Weirton, WV (Video)

WEIRTON, WV – For authentic Greek cuisine, Weirton residents should visit Theo Yianni’s Restaurant, 322 American Way, off the Colliers Way exit, its new location. With homemade Greek favorites as well as American classics and new fusion cuisine, too, Theo Yianni’s offers great food at reasonable prices, as shown on its website.

Co-owner Shawn Mihellis said, “What makes our restaurant special is, of course, the family environment,” as reported in the Intelligencer.

The restaurant also features flat screen TVs, and a varied selection of wine and beer. Mihellis noted that they have many traditional foods on the menu as well as new items, including brick-oven pizza.

“Everyone goes to the gyro and Greek fries — that’s like the go-to. People love our wings as well. We are just thankful for all our faithful customers and all the new customers that come in,” Michellis said as reported in the Intelligencer.

Popular items like Chicken Lemonato, Mediterranean Shrimp, and Bourbon Glazed Salmon are on the menu as well as burgers featuring Greek flavors such as the Greek Bruschetta Burger. The children’s menu includes American favorites like chicken fingers, hotdogs, and grilled cheese sandwiches.

Theo Yianni’s Greek Restaurant is open seven days a week. Hours: 11 AM to 9 PM on Monday-Thursday, 11 AM to10 PM on Friday and Saturday, and 11 AM to 8 PM on Sunday.

More information is available on the Theo Yianni’s Restaurant website www.theoyiannis.com or by phone: 304-224-1390.


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