(Updated at 4:15 p.m.) The family behind Knossos Restaurant, an eatery that called Leesburg home for a decade, is bringing its Greek and American cuisine to Elden Street.
Owner Sarfraz Nawaz said many customers have been asking about plans to open a new location. Once the renovation is completed, the business will open at 150 Elden Street, Suite 180, the former home of Spice Town.
“We wanted to pick a location that would provide a central hub location to the various surrounding areas to meet the demand for high quality Greek food. This location is conveniently located near Fairfax County parkway and provides that easy access,” Nawaz wrote in a statement to FFXnow.
While there’s no exact date yet, the owners hope to open their doors to the community within the next two months. The restaurant’s Leesburg location closed in 2006.
Knossos Restaurant will have limited indoor seating, and no outdoor seating is available. Pickup and delivery will also be offered.
It offers subs, burgers, gyros, shawarma, falafel, platters, salad and other items.
Photo via Knossos Restaurant/Facebook
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