Gardens of Salonica
New Greek Cafe and Deli
Tues - Thu : 11am - 9am
Fri - Sat : 11am - 10pm
Sun - Mon : closed
The Gardens closes for all major holidays
19 Fifth St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
tel (612) 378 - 0611
1) At Byerl's, Thursday, June 26 @ 6, at Byerly's, June 26 @ 6pm: Kolokithopita Strifti (Twisted Zucchini Pie Macedonian style), Saganaki Cheese, fried or grilled, Fasolakia Yachni (Vegetarian Green Bean Braise)
2) At Toast & Taste in the Gardens, MN Arboretum's 7th 100% fundraiser extravaganza: Wednesday, July 16 @ 6/7pm depending on tickets purchased.
3) At MN Arboretum...
Greek wines intimidate you? Get a grip with Easy Wine Flights! Every day a select flight of three 3oz pours for $8. Make up your own flight for $10: add a premium wine (>$42/btl) to your flight: $12!
Our current wine flight? We call it, The Rosie Red: Kleoni dry rose', Tetramythos organic grapes Black of Kalavryta, Boutari Elios full bodied crafted for the U.S.
What tastes a cross between al dente asparagus and a brined green olives? Could be Fiddleheads, the tightly rolled expression of a baby Ostrich fern out of riverbank loam. When lightly blanched in salt water and sauteed with garlic, ramps and seasonings, topped with salty kefalograviera cheese, they create a rumpus on the palate. Chimeral and ephemeral, these fronds have about a three week...
Third generation owner of the Kourtaki Winery and purveyor of some of are longest and best selling wines, Vasilis Kourtaki visited the Gardens Tuesday before flying back to NY guest of Lynn Johnson of Johnson Bros and Doug McIntyre of Nestor Imports. They dined family-style and dashed to the airport.
Platters of flavor served non-stop at this Wednesdays sold-out event: Saganakis of Mushroom, Shrimps, Scallops, followed by Arugula Citrus Salads with Feta,
All-natural, spice-rubbed Schulz chicken on the vertical rotisseries, Country style lamb ribs braised in white wine, fennel, shallots, honey, and orange peel, topped off with Revani, Greek syrup soaked sponge cake with yogurt mousse...
For fifty years I have painted, photographed, printed, and drawn the Spirit Tree, a four hundred year-old cedar tree that grows out of a rock in Lake Superior and is a spiritual icon for the Ojibwe people. I have studied it in every season, every time of day, every day of the year. For me it is a personal symbol of survival. --- Hazel Belvo.
More portrait than landscape, these trees...
Green beer scares you? We've got Greens that pour pure gold: Mythos, Finnegans, Martens, NordEast! Accompanied with a plate of Horta, steamed GREENS drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and wedged lemons, or Melitzana, pureed baked eggplant, scallions, and parsley and lots of garlic. Now, just in time for St Patty's Day, we've released Anna's line of organic Pistachio Ice Cream!
Asparagus has been used as a vegetable and medicine, owing to its delicate flavour, diuretic properties, and more. It is pictured as an offering on an Egyptian frieze dating to 3000 BC. In Ancient times, Greeks ate it fresh when in season and dried the vegetable for use in winter. A recipe for cooking asparagus is in the oldest surviving book of recipes, Apicius’s third-century AD De re...