Acropolis Grill Changes With New City Mandates To Offer Curb Side Delivery And Family Style Menu Selections

Thursday, March 19, 2020

After new announcements from Mayor Andy Berke, The Acropolis has increased its to-go menu selections adding family style meals. 

The Acropolis has also developed curbside pick up with online ordering.

 “From our family to yours is more than a slogan for The Acropolis,” said General Manager Nick Kyriakidis. “We are adding family style selections to our to-go menus and now offer safe curb side pick-up for your convenience.”   

Customers can order online at acropolisgrill.com or by calling 423-899-5341.  Acropolis hours of service are from 11 a.m.-9 p.m., however, folks can pre-order at any time online.

The Kyriakidis family has served Chattanooga since 1982 employing and serving multiple generations in the Tennessee Valley.


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