Food for the frontline: Greek Grill Restaurant in Astoria feeds hospital workers



Niko’s Souvlaki, Astoria’s newest Greek grill eatery, yesterday donated food to hospital staff who are on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.

Astoria is the heart of New York’s Greek community.

"We love our community and as a new business, want to do our part to give back. Today we donated 100 souvlaki pitas to the team at Mt. Sinai in Astoria. We could not applaud our healthcare workers more during this time, it’s the least we can do! Thank you for working tirelessly to keep us safe. We💙you, Queens! #stayhome #nikossouvlaki" Nikos Souvlaki posted on Instagram.

The restaurant in New York’s Astoria which celebrated its grand opening on Monday, April 6th, is open daily from 12pm-9pm to serve the community (via take-out and delivery) delicious Greek dishes.

New York’s Astoria is famous for its large Greek community and variety of Greek taverns and cafes that line the streets of the popular neighbourhood.