Telegram | This week’s Food Find: Gyroville
Build-your-own gyro shop heads to Southeast Michigan
Gyroville, a Florida-based restaurant chain, is expanding to its first location in Michigan. The restaurant chain is looking to launch an outpost in either Canton or Ann Arbor, per a release.
This week’s #FoodFind is a pita melt, two fluffy pita breads stuffed with lamb and beef gyro, tomatoes, feta and white cheddar cheese. Gyro is a Greek dish, traditionally pork, chicken or lamb prepared on a vertical rotisserie. The pita is served with a Greek side salad, which is romaine lettuce topped with grilled chicken, tomatoes, red onion, cucumber, feta, olives and a Greek vinaigrette dressing.
Where: 2855 S.W. Wanamaker Road
Hours: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Featured dish: Pita melt and Greek salad
Price: Pita melt, $8.25; combo, $10.70
By Savanna Maue
Gyroville was created in 2010 to bring Mediterranean cuisine to the fast-casual market. Gyroville starts by using only the freshest ingredients and prepares them using recipes that combine old-school, Greek traditions with a modern day twist. The concept allows customers to follow their choice of protein from the grill or vertical spit through an assembly line process, where they choose from fresh ingredients and homemade sauces. The first Gyroville opened in January 2010 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Today, there are eight locations in Florida and one in Ecuador. For more information, visit http://gyroville.com/.
For more information about the Gyroville franchise opportunity, visit http://gyrovillefranchising.com/ or call (954) 533-7551.