Throughout the pandemic, one local business owner has stepped up to the plate to show how one of the best restaurants in Tampa can give back. Nick Vojnovic, president of the Little Greek franchise and USF alum, is doing the most when it comes to taking care of locals, employees, and the community. Even though Little Greek has suffered, Vojnovic has made this stay-at-home order not so bad for the people that are looking for help and are looking for delicious Mediterranean cuisine.


Little Greek is supporting the people who need help right now and are giving you the opportunity to do so as well. Through Hot Meals for the Homeless, Little Greek has set a goal to provide 200 hot meals per week to aid the residents of Hillsborough Hope and want to donate even more with your help and the assistance of the local community. Vojnovic says "Full meals are a critical need during COVID-19” and he couldn't be more right.

Besides these philanthropic efforts, Vojnovic has shown just what it means to be a proud business owner through his several other charitable endeavors including working with Feeding America Tampa Bay to support USF students through Feed-A-Bull pantry, and their breast cancer awareness campaign "Think Pink". 

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By helping the local community, Little Greek hopes to offset the imbalance of what is happening today. They're offering BOGO deals to anyone USF related and will continue to give back to the community by giving resources to those in need after the virus goes away. For locals, Little Greek has teamed up with MyArea Local Voucher Deals and are spreading love by offering $25 for only $19 at the USF location. For larger parties, the deal is extended to $100 for $75. They want to show love to the locals because one of the best ways to give back to your community is to show support in a time of need. 


One of the easiest ways to sympathize with your community is by showing respect to your employees during the pandemic. Though business is slow, Nick has kept all employees working and earning the same pay. Not many businesses can say that and Vojnovic is happy to show his support when helping his local community. 

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Little Greek would like to do more so he's hoping those that can, will also show their support by joining and community program helping those in need. 

Store hours have been adjusted during the pandemic and are currently Monday-Saturday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. and closed Sunday at the USF/Fowler location. The South Tampa location is open until 9 p.m. The Little Greek menu has a variety of soups, salads and pitas and wraps. They also offer lighter meals, kid portions and can cater your upcoming party.