Greek Street is a new addition to the state’s fast-casual restaurant market.
Inspired by the fast-paced approach to food found in the urban areas of Greece, Alabamian Keith Richards recently opened the first location for Greek Street in Hoover’s Inverness Village shopping center.
Richards has taken his more than two decades of Mediterranean cooking and developed a Greek street food offering through this first test kitchen concept. He hopes to expand Greek Street across the United States.
“We are thrilled to open our first location ever in the Birmingham area,” said Richards in a release from the company. “Our mission with this new concept is to provide nutritious, fresh greek street food at economic prices.”
Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato welcomed Richards and his staff to the city as part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location.
“The Hoover community is excited to welcome the first Greek Street location as our new neighbor,” Brocato stated. “The City of Hoover is known for its unique and diverse restaurants; Greek Street is the perfect addition.”
Upon entering the restaurant customers will enjoy the festive stringed lights and a map of places the Richards family has visited in Greece. Abstract Greek-inspired hand paintings drawn by Keith’s daughter, Charlie, adorn the walls.
Customers have the option of utilizing Greek Street’s convenient App-Thru service which is designed to assist with quick order pickup. Customers can download the app, order their meal before they arrive and pull up to receive it through the App-Thru window. The restaurant also offers curbside takeout and delivery options.
The restaurant is hiring for several positions including cooks, shift leaders and cashiers. Applicants can apply by visiting Greek Street’s website.
Menu items at Greek Street include a variety of appetizers, salads, gyros, bowls, kids’ meals and desserts.