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Red Bank Restaurateurs to Open Greek Eats in Shrewsbury on Nov. 17

It’s no secret that one of the reasons I love Red Bank so much is the food scene. There are tons of great restaurants in the town, and the owners of one of my favorite spots are branching out into Shrewsbury for a cool new venture.

George, Charlie, and Taso Lyristis, owners of both Teak and The Bistro at Red Bank, are opening a fast casual restaurant, based on Greek rotisserie-style cuisine.

The restaurant, Greek Eats, is in a new shopping center at 89 Newman Springs Rd (Rt. 520) in Shrewsbury, just west of Rt. 35.

It will offer a build-your-own menu where guests can get a customized pita, salad, or plate meal. There will also be seven different sandwich options, called ‘Sanmuches,’ as well as salads, kids’ meals, desserts and more.

The eatery will focus on Mediterranean flavors using organic and healthy ingredients, and best of all, it comes at a totally affordable price point.

Seeing as their other two restaurants are known for their fusion-style menus, it should come as no surprise that there will also be some interesting and less-traditional flavor options available, like Sriracha tzatziki, chipotle cilantro crema, and avocado tzatziki sauces.

I love Greek food, and especially love the idea of a quick and affordable place that offers healthy and interesting dishes that I can suit to my tastes. I can’t wait to check it out!

The restaurant will open to the public on Tuesday, November 17th, and will be open from 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. seven days a week. (Extra awesome: from opening day through the end of the year, a portion of all proceeds will go to STOMP the Monster, a Marlboro, New Jersey-based non-profit charity that provides financial and emotional support to those battling cancer.)

Best of luck to the Lyristis family!


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