From Brazil, to Greece, and even to Singapore, our restaurant has been featured in many articles and newspapers around the world!
One of our most recent mentions, the New York Times released “New York Vanishing Diners” on May 24, 2019
“Louis Gritsipis insists he will never sell his diner in Hell’s Kitchen, although developers have had their eyes on it for years.
“I’ll never retire,” Mr. Gritsipis, 79, said. “If you retire, you’re dead.”
And why should he? “This is my palace,” he said after a recent lunch service at 42nd Street Pizza, the old-school Greek diner on the ground floor of his four-story, white stucco building. People come for pizza by the slice, or choose from the 220-item breakfast-lunch-and-dinner menu.
But Mr. Gritsipis’s kingdom is under siege — from rising expenses, changing tastes and developers who are trying to buy smaller and more unusual lots to assemble enough land for residential and mixed-use projects. His building, near the ultraluxury Hudson Yards development, is surrounded by glassy high-rises occupied by transient renters and owners, few of whom order gyro platters.” ………..
Feel free to read any of the many articles written on us.