Community welcomes ‘Super Greek Gyro Bowls & More’ to Lake Ronkonkoma and Farmingville

LAKE RONKONKOMA, NY ( / — The Mokkas family is bringing a taste of Athens to the former Peter’s Kitchen at 966 Portion Rd. in Lake Ronkonkoma, just west of the Farmingville border.

Gus, Mikey and Ralphy Mokkas are excited to introduce to the community their newest venture, Super Greek Gyro Bowls & More, which their announcement stated is “continuing the tradition of serving delicious food in a family-oriented and friendly atmosphere.”

The friendly atmosphere was certainly evident on Thursday as the restaurant celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting.

“Today we were happy to welcome Super Greek to Ronkonkoma,” the Ronkonkoma Chamber of Commerce announced.

Located in Lake Ronkonkoma, and just a few blocks from the Farmingville border, the Farmingville Hills Chamber of Commerce also attend the celebratory gathering along with elected officials.

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“As an ode to their first-generation status and childhood memories of vacationing in Greece, the Brothers have created a concept that combines Greek street food with their own twist while also keeping our ‘new normal’ in mind,” Super Greek announced. “While focusing on making sure that your food is still fresh and delicious, even on the go, you will be able to create your own gyro bowls with no shortage of combinations. From a variety of house-made tzatziki sauces and dressings to fresh seafood and vegan options while also serving those Greek classics we all know and love, Super Greek will be the perfect quick, simple & delicious option for any meal.”

In addition to the build your own gyro bowls, Super Greek’s menu also includes selections such as Greek Nachos & Poutine, Homemade Spinach & Cheese Pies, and Greek sodas.

With the help of Union Square Advertising on Union Avenue in Lake Ronkonkoma, the Mokkas brothers “created a trendy atmosphere that mirrors the feel of walking down the streets of Athens,” according to Super Greek.

The brothers aren’t new to Lake Ronkonkoma. They owned Peter’s Kitchen—and now transformed it into a new dining experience.

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