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Fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant reopens downtown location today

Fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant reopens downtown location today

Jack McLaughlin

After prolonged closures due to COVID-19, downtown diners will have another option for Mediterranean fare on their plates.

Elia Athenian Grill, a fast-casual eatery where diners are able to craft their own bowls, salads and pitas with a wide range of proteins, toppings and sauces, has announced its downtown location is officially reopening today.

Located at 20 N. High St., the eatery closed during the initial outbreak of COVID-19. It reopened in June of 2020 before closing again in September 2020.


Elia Athenian Grill’s campus restaurant, located at 14 E. 11th St., has remained open throughout the pandemic.

According to owner Ilias Zervas, the shuttering of Elia Athenian’s downtown location didn’t mean the end of all employee jobs, either. After its closure, Zervas brought many workers from the closed store to its campus location.

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