Family-run Estia is growing its highly customizable, fresh Greek street food concept

There is no shortage of Greek eating places serving gyros, feta-topped salads and avgolemono in Metro Detroit — luckily. 

One regional gyro home, Estia Greek Street Food, is escalating its manufacturer with a really tailored version of this delicacies. Owners George Xenos and Paul Bittas have two areas and a chaotic food stuff truck that is booked weeks out. They are opening a third brick-and-mortar restaurant in Grosse Pointe Woods later on this summer.

A gyro, Greek fries and a salad with grilled chicken breast from Estia Greek Street Food.

The title “estia” signifies home, which tends to make perception due to the fact that is what this cuisine signifies to the homeowners, who are cousins. 

“We grew up ingesting this food stuff,” claimed Xenos. “This is a tiny extra road-meals oriented, but it can be still Greek. We use the identical components we grew up consuming at our dinner table, as cliché as it might seem. All the sauces, all the seasonings, all the meats all the marinades, they are incredibly common to us and very common in our households. Even to this day, this is what we feed our children, our family members.”