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Beloved Greek restaurant expands again with new plans for big Energy Corridor space

Beloved Greek restaurant expands again with new plans for big space

Niko Niko's logo
Niko Niko's announced Monday it will open a fourth location at I-10 and the Sam Houston Tollroad. Photo courtesy of Niko Niko's
Niko Niko's H-E-B HEB opening
Niko Niko's owner Dimitri Fetokakis celebrates the opening of his third location with his mother Eleni, his wife Laura, his son Chrysanthos and President of H-E-B Houston Scott McClelland. Photo courtesy of Niko Niko's
Niko Niko's logo
Niko Niko's H-E-B HEB opening

Fresh off opening its third location in a Pearland H-E-B, beloved Greek restaurant Niko Niko's is expanding again. Owner Owner Dimitri Fetokakis announced Monday that the company has signed a lease on a 6,000 square foot space next to the Houston Community College Spring Branch campus at the corner of I-10 and the Sam Houston Tollroad.

 The former Chili's will be completely remodeled with plans to expand seating and add a patio. 

"We are excited about this expansion opportunity in a highly visible location, which allows us to be involved with the growing Houston Community College student population, as well as the nearby Energy Corridor and Memorial City along I-10 West,” Fetokakis said in a statement. “We are very fortunate to have customers from all over Houston visit us at our original location in Montrose and feel the considerable demand for a Niko Niko’s in West Houston."

The former Chili's will be completely remodeled with plans to expand seating and add a patio. A section of the space will be devoted to showcasing the restaurant's signature pastries. The company hopes to have the renovations completed for a spring 2015 opening.

As for the menu, expect a full selection of Niko Niko's favorites: gyros, chicken soup, and, of course, the essential lemon potatoes.