Order-in this to celebrate this holiday, or join us at Chattanooga’s Acropolis Grill for a Valentine’s Day meal that checks all the boxes. Valentine’s may look a little different this year, as most things have, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate love!
25 Years of Acropolis– Thank You, Chattanooga
July 2020 marks 25 years of Acropolis Grill. The Kyriakidis family and restaurant staff are proud members of the Chattanooga community, and look forward to many more years of breaking bread with each of you.
Mrs. Betty Reflects on 25 Years of Acropolis Mediterranean Grill
25 years. That is how long the Acropolis has been feeding the people of Chattanooga. In celebration of this special anniversary and huge milestone, the owners and operators want to say– with the fullest of hearts– thank you to the community for supporting them all these years.
CityScope ‘Authentic Eats’ Feature
CityScope’s Authentic Eats feature highlights our Grilled Lamb Chops dish, a meal that is about as Greek as it gets. At our Chattanooga Restaurant, Acropolis, we aim always to serve authentic, Greek-inspired dishes, and always with the freshest ingredients. The lamp chops dish is the perfect meal to share, harkening back to Greek culture and cuisine.
Enjoy Our Winter Dishes!
The brisk February weather calls for seasonally-inspired meals! Sometimes a little stick-to-your-bones pot roast is all you need to turn a bad day around. Or perhaps you’d prefer a light winter salad with delicious candied nuts? Before spring springs, swing through Acropolis Mediterranean Grill and indulge in one of our winter menu specials before they’re gone.
Vasilopita: A New Year’s Tradition
For Greeks, a New Year’s celebration isn’t complete without Vasilopita. Similar to the King Cakes of Mardi Gras, Vasilopita contains a gold coin or trinket, which is said to bring luck to the receiver. Each New Year’s Day families cut the cake, blessing the house and bringing luck to the family for the coming years. Cake is sliced and given to all those present, in order from oldest to youngest. Depending on the culture and family, bread can also be sliced in order to symbolize God, saints, the poor, and the household.