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.
Best of the Best: 11 Years as the Best Greek Restaurant Chattanooga
We are pleased to announce that Acropolis Grill has been selected as the Best Greek Restaurant for the 11th year in a row.
5 Reasons to Choose Acropolis for a Great Chattanooga Outdoor Dining Experience
The Scenic City comes to life as a summer travel destination, offering many opportunities for Chattanooga Outdoor Dining. Here are 5 reasons to choose Acropolis for your summertime dining spot.
Join us for an End of Winter Wine Dinner
Please join us Thursday, March 1st at 6:30pm for an End of Winter Wine Dinner. The evening will feature a unique seasonal menu paired with wines from Don & Sons.
Interesting Olive Oil Facts
A staple in many kitchens throughout the world, olive oil is as rich in flavor as it is history. Here are a few interesting facts about olive oil.
Fall Flavors with Greek Twists
Enjoy the rich spices and flavors of the autumn season with our new fall specials. We’ve combined locally sourced ingredients and unique elements to create a variety of seasonal specials. Just like the fall colors, these specials will only be offered for a limited time.