Party Trays and Family-Style Catering

The Gardens is proud to offer the very best ingredients--organic, local, pastured, and wild-caught--as available. We use 100% organic sugar and milk, Schultz free-range eggs, Hope Butter, Zweber Farms pastured beef and chicken, Hill & Vale Lamb, Southeast Food Network pork. Most of our greens are purchased at local Farmers' Markets or delivered to our door by local independent growers. Our honey is supplied by Ames Farms, a local, independent producer.

Boughatsas: Savory & Sweet Family-Style Pastries Cut to Accomodate Your Guests!

Last Call of the Season! Fresh Mission Figs Poached in Greek Port Wine!

$5.50

Fresh figs are coming to the end of their season! We poach them lightly with Wisconsin craisins in

THIS MONTH'S ALL-NATURAL GYRO, EVERY FRI AFTER 5 AND ALL DAY SAT!

Schultz organic turkey thighs and breast, dry rubbed, vertically stacked and slow-roasted, sliced to order on an open pita with a pile of Greek fries and a side of Tzatziki! Turkey Transcendent.

Saganaki Anginares

8.95

Bubbly goodness! Our garlic and oregano tweaked artichoke salad blended with sheep's milk cheeses to spread on your fire-finished pita. No gluten. No eggs.

Symposia. A Series, XXXVI, with Guest Presenter, Basil Janavaras

Wed, Nov 19, 6-9pm. RSVP's only, please!

Symposia. A Series, XXXV, with Guest Presenter, Pam Beneke, SouthEast Food Network Geni

Wed, Oct 22, 6-9pm. RSVP's only, please!

OUR 26TH SYMPOSIUM! GREECE: ROX OF AGES WITH GUEST PRESENTER, ROBYNE ROBINSON!

Seating is limited, please reserve!

YOU'D BETTER WATCH OUT! SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN! AND CHRISTMAS CAROL!!

The snow has swirled once upon us and Santa has checked us in! Hobnob with Santa @ the Gardens, Wed, Dec 4 and Thursday, Dec 19 from 6-9. Start family traditions!

Symposia. A SERIES, XXVI!

SYMPOSIA. A SERIES, XXVI!!!
EAT LIKE A GREEK! INFORMED & INSPIRED!
@ GARDENS OF SALONICA
Wednesday, November 13, 6-9pm $35/pp
A CHEF-DRIVEN, FOUR-COURSE, WINE-PAIRED, FAMILY-STYLE DINNER WITH GUEST PRESENTER, ROBYNE ROBINSON! MAX SEATING 40 
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