NEWS

  • 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.”



  • Posted Date: May 25, 2017

The Spanakopita Burger

By: Central Jersey InMotion

Thank you to our friends at Central Jersey InMotion for sharing our Spanakopita Burger on Facebook! “Now here’s something to make you hungry😛 The Spanakopita Burger from The Greek On Main in #Metuchen looks phenomenal! Spinach, Dodoni Feta, leeks, scallions, and dill🍔 #centraljerseyinmotion #centraljersey🌀 #localsinmotion #burger



  • Posted Date: May 21, 2017

Metuchen Spring Street Fair

By: The Greek on Main

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Spring Street Fair along Main and New Streets in downtown Metuchen. The Spring Street Fair was visited by thousands of people during the beautiful spring day. There was plenty of representation by food vendors and restaurants, retailers, crafters and more. We sold out of our pork and and souvlakia and Greek desserts early in the afternoon, but were so grateful for the patrons that came in to dine with us. Thank you all ad looking forward to an even better street fair next year!



  • Posted Date: April 26, 2017

A Local’s Guide to Finding Those Middlesex County Hidden Gem Restaurants (and Beyond!)

By: Central Jersey InMotion

Right on Main Street, The Greek On Main offers traditional Greek dishes in a fun atmosphere. It’s all about the oompah when it comes to the flavors and the service! Popular dishes include the drunken clams and mussels as well as the moussaka. But, we always have our eyes on the Lemon and Olive Oil cake.



  • Posted Date: March 3, 2017

The Ultimate Local’s Guide to Central Jersey BYOB Restaurants

By: Central Jersey InMotion

Entrees range from whole fish to desserts that will make you forget about those diet resolutions (even just for the night). Start your meal with the Grilled Octopus – it’s like dining on a Greek island (just don’t look out the window).



  • Posted Date: February 28, 2017

10 Hottest Restaurants in Central Jersey

By: My Central Jersey

Today’s restaurant industry may be inundated with eateries claiming a sub-par allegiance to a specific cuisine, but The Greek on Main, which opened in June 2016 in Metuchen, immerses its guests in the rich familial culture of its native country with a delectable and expansive selection of classic and modern Greek delicacies. “We believe every dish should be made with the same passion and authenticity as the last,” said Theodore Kappas, owner and chef. “Remaining faithful to our roots, we import the freshest ingredients from various Greek regions and the surrounding Ionian and Agean seas.”



  • Posted Date: January 6, 2017

A Central Jersey Local’s Guide to Fantastic Ethnic Restaurants

By: Central Jersey InMotion

Riding high from their Best of the Best Win for Greek restaurants and a Diners’ Choice award, The Greek on Main is all about fresh, local fare yet also versatile enough for a quick work lunch or a lavish, celebratory date night. Inspired by his own cultural roots, Chef Theodore Kappas transports you to Greece, not only with the ambiance, but also with dishes like the grilled octopus, head-on sautéed prawns, and other Greek inspired farm to table ingredients listed on the menu. No matter how perfectly content and full you may be from the meal, dessert is a must especially the fig ice cream!



  • Posted Date: October 27, 2016

Home News Tribune 2016 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 2016 Best of the Best Winner for Greek Restaurant in Middlesex County! See us listed on page 3.