Gyro Saturday Sale!

Gyro Saturday Sale

Twelve Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church is having a Gyro Saturday Sale on Saturday, June 18, 11:30 a.m – 5 p.m.

Address: 632 E. Second St., Duluth MN 55805
Questions: 218-722-5957

I noticed the signs on my morning Farmer’s Market run and stopped in last Saturday to find they’re offering more than just gyros — bonus! Mmm spanikopita and baklava too!

(Evidently it was announced in the DNT Religious Roundup section, but if you’re like me and don’t subscribe, you’d have missed out too!)

For those of you, like me, who love their food, and perhaps can’t wait until the Taste of Greece at Marshall School July 9 and 10, here are two more chances to get a little fix!

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to have lunch in the sun. Opa!

5 Comments

woodtick

about 10 years ago

That cowboy hat looks like a gyro!  Hmmm..

ruby2sd4y

about 10 years ago

hahahahaaaaaaaaaahahaaaa *belly laugh*

Claire

about 10 years ago

I love the Greek festival, though I liked it better at the Church, it's kinda "cramped" at Marshall.

Claire

about 10 years ago

DAMN I missed this!!!

ruby2sd4y

about 8 years ago

Hey Everyone! Don't Miss It!

Got the postcard in the mail today and...forgot to post... oops.

TODAY!!!
 SATURDAY, October 26th, 2013, is another Gyro Saturday Sale!!!

11:30am -- 5:00pm
Address: 632 E. Second St., Duluth MN 55805

YAY! YUM!

Prices as listed on the new card:

Gyro $6.50
Spanikopita $4.00
Baklava (1pc) $2.00
Big Greek Salad $7.50
Big Salad w/Meat $9.00
Koulourakia (6pc) $2.50

Eat In or Carry Out

Call 218.722.5957 with questions.

Also, be sure when you're there to sign up to get on their mailing list.

** Christmas Pastry Sale**
Information will be mailed soon.

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