- “We were Greeks. It was a macho man thing. Of course it was going to be called Chris’s,” Angie said. “And we knew the very first day it was going to work out. The line was all the way down around the building.”
- “We’ll go months at a time without talking to each other. But if you mess with one of us, we’ll all jump on you at once. We all would be devastated without the restaurant.”
We want to create a place where a sense of family is emphasized. We enjoy knowing so many of our customers by name, their usual orders and their stories. We are honored to have the opportunity to serve the community for over four decades.