Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Ring In The New Year - Greek Style

Like all things - New Year celebrations COULD just be the invention of the (you guessed it) GREEKS!  While celebrating the New Year is very important - the Greeks also celebrate something else.... it's a double OPA in Greece!

The start of the year has historically been important in Greece because January 1st is also St. Basil's Day. One the forefathers of the Greek Orthodox Church, St. Basil is is remembered for his kind spirit and help and support of those less fortunate. In Greece - they honor St. Basil on New Year's Day - so it's a day of double meaning.

Here in Dallas, of course we honor St. Basil, but we're focused more on celebrating the New Year by offering a one-of-a-kind New Year's Eve Dinner (3 seatings at 6pm, 8pm and 10pm) and a champagne brunch on New Year's Day. We're accepting reservations - and hope to see you there. Here's the details.


$49 per person (tax and tip not included).

A sampling of our chef’s favorite appetizers
Your choice of Greek Salad, Mediterranean Salad or Caprese Salad
Your choice from your favorite Ziziki’s specialities including: Greek Paella, Grilled Rack of Lamb and Mediterranean Lamb Shank


Ziziki’s will feature our flavorful “Best of Dallas” champagne brunch buffet for $21.95 per person until 3PM.

Call any of our three locations for reservations:

Ziziki’s Travis Walk: 214) 521-2233
Ziziki’s Preston Forest: 469) 232-9922
Ziziki’s Plano: 972) 943-8090

For more information, contact Mary Arabatzis at 214) 521-2233 or 972) 567-5052

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