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  • Posted Date: November 15, 2018

Home News Tribune 2018 Best of the Best Winner for Greek Food Restaurant in Middlesex County

By: Home News Tribune

On behalf of our team here at The Greek on Main we would like to thank our loyal customers for making us the Home News Tribune 2018 Best of the Best Winner for Greek Food Restaurant in Middlesex County for the third year in a row!



  • Posted Date: October 28, 2018

Another Successful Jazz & Brunch at the Greek on Main

By: Metuchen Downtown Alliance

We hosted another successful Jazz and Brunch event at The Greek in Main with the Jerry Weldon Trio. They were amazing! Thank you Live Jazz in Metuchen for allowing us to host again and for all our patrons that support the arts! Watch the video by clicking the button below.



  • Posted Date: September 6, 2018

The Greek on Main Featured by Downtown Metuchen

By: Metuchen Downtown Alliance

The Greek on Main was featured by Downtown Metuchen in September 2018. Watch Chef Teddy Kappas prepare some beautiful Greek dishes, patrons enjoying their Mediterranean meal and get a peak of of restaurant in and out. A big thanks and videography credit Suhey Zetino Fenco from @dreamandlightstudio. Watch the video by clicking the button below.



  • Posted Date: August 15, 2018

Come Try Iced Greek Coffee – Frappé

By: Chef Teddy Kappas

What goes well with our homemade Vanilla Bean Fig Ice Cream? Yes, an iced Greek coffee – a Greek Frappé! Frappé is a native Greek staple found at cafes throughout Greece. It features a foam-covered iced coffee whipped up from instant Greek coffee, water, sugar and milk if you’d like. Refreshing and delicious and the perfect pick-me-up in the summer! Visit Downtown Metuchen on a beautiful warm day, sit outside on our sidewalk patio and enjoy ice cream and coffee! Click on the button below to like the post on Facebook – thanks!



  • Posted Date: August 8, 2018

Metuchen Downtown Alliance Commercial – Shop Local, Dine Local, Love Local

By: Metuchen Downtown Alliance

On August 8th, the Metuchen Downtown Alliance aired a commercial for Shop Local, Dine Local, Love Local – Metuchen, NJ. You’ll get a glimpse of Chef Teddy Kappas prepare a delicious Greek prawns dish in his kitchen around the 40-second mark. This commercial was produced in association with the Borough of Metuchen. Thank you to all involved! For more information, please visit: www.downtownmetuchen.org. Watch the video by clicking the button below.



  • Posted Date: June 26, 2018

The Greek on Main offers traditional fare with a modern twist

By: The Star Ledger and NJ.com

You want Teddy Kappas to feed you. When he describes the food at The Greek on Main, his eyes light up. He is animated. He starts talking with his hands. He takes out his phone and brings up pictures, as if he were showing photos of his kids. He doesn’t stop there. He gives you details — the ingredients, the style of cooking. And oh, the taste. Sort of like a parent would give a detailed reporting of little Johnny’s game winning soccer goal. And these culinary children are incredibly beautiful. Really. He gets up and brings back a bottle. “This is special olive oil,” he says with a sense of excitement. “It comes from my father’s village in Greece. There is nothing like it here.” Read more from the original article.

Photo credit: Star Ledger. Grilled Calamari over arugula, chick peas, onions and ladolemono (oil and lemon) dressing. Come on by and try it!



  • Posted Date: December 1, 2017

Atmosphere beautifully supports menu at Greek on Main

By: The Metuchen Mirror

More than any other cuisine, Greek food is truly the sum of its parts. While you’ll run into some spices and herbs here and there, such as cinnamon, thyme and oregano, the food of Greece is most no-table for the interaction of its core ingredients. A gamy lamb shank, a fine feta, a whole Mediterranean fish or fresh figs tend to need no help from the spice rack if combined masterfully. And The Greek on Main does it right. The restaurant, on the corner of Main and New streets, produces Hellenic dishes from all regional cuisines. Some you may have heard of, and some may be new to you, but you can be sure that the kitchen is putting out versions at their best. Read more from author Christopher Thumann.



  • Posted Date: October 27, 2017

Home News Tribune 2017 Best of the Best Winner for Greek Food Restaurant in Middlesex County

By: Home News Tribune

We want to thank our loyal patrons for voting us as the “Best Greek Food” in the Home News Tribune 2017 Best of the Best Winner for Greek Restaurant in Middlesex County! See us listed on page 3.



  • Posted Date: August 7, 2017

Thalasina Yuvetsi Review – Our Local’s Guide to Our Favorite Central Jersey Seafood Dishes

By: Central Jersey InMotion

Thank you By Melissa Beveridge for the review! Located in the heart of New Jersey, The Greek On Main (419 Main Street, Metuchen 732-515-9457) channels the hearts of seafood loving Greeks with whole grilled fish and specialties like their Thalasina Yuvetsi, a combination of clams, mussels, shrimp, and calamari in a garlic, white wine, and tomato sauce all served over orzo pasta. It’s the Greek cousin of paella – and the Greeks probably thought of it first.



  • Posted Date: May 30, 2017

Edison Arts Society (EAS) Presents Nella Zadra at the Greek On Main

By: TAP into Edison

Nella Zadra, an international artist who graduated from the College of Fine Arts
in Buenos Aires Argentina. After working in commercial art and sculpture for several years, she decided to concentrate on mural painting but continued to enjoy creating smaller pieces.

She left a legacy of more than 50 murals throughout Buenos Aires where she participated in group and
individual exhibits. In working for the Historic Monuments Society, Zadra helped to restore three historic temples and created scenery for the opera “Francesca da Rimini” at the very prestigious Symphony Hall in Newark, NJ.

Her exhibit at the Greek on Main Restaurant, Main Street in Metuchen will open on Sunday, June 11, 2017 from 1 pm to 3 pm and close on July 13, 2017. Please come and feast your eyes as well as your pallet.

EAS president, Gloria S. Dittman, complimented Teddy Pappas, owner of the Greek, for supporting
the ARTS! We hope that everyone will visit the exhibit and support our artists here in NJ. If I may,
I’d like to leave you with this thought — “Art transcends all barriers, all languages and speaks to everyone.”