Our Locations

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2520 Montrose
Houston,TX 77006
713-528-GYRO (4976) 713-529-2638 Fax Mon-Thurs 10:00 am- 9:00 pm
Fri-Sat 10:00 am- 9:00 pm
Sun 10:00 am- 9:00 pm

History of Montrose

    Established in 1911, Montrose is a demographically diverse area with renovated mansions, bungalows with wide porches, and cottages located along tree-lined boulevards. Montrose is one of the more pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods in Houston and is a major cultural hub. It has been called the "Heart of Houston," the "strangest neighborhood east of the Pecos," and was named one of the "ten great neighborhoods in America.” Montrose hosts a number of communities including artists, musicians, GLBT’s and students from St. Thomas University, as well as nearby Rice University. It has thrift, vintage, and second-hand shopping stores, bars and restaurants. Many examples of Houston's historic residential architecture can be found in the tree-lined streets off Montrose and Westheimer where many century-old bungalows and mansions still stand.

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Market Square 

301 Milam
Houston TX 77002
713-224- GYRO (4976) Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

History of Market Square

    The historic district is Houston's original town center. It’s where the Allen brothers landed, determined to create the city of the future in 1836. Just two blocks from Allen's Landing at Market Square (originally named Congress Square), they located the civic center of the new city, and for 100 years it served as a home to four City Halls as well as a buzzing open-air produce and fish market.In August 2010, after lending an ear to downtown residents, business and property owners, Market Square Park was re-developed. With these stakeholders in mind, the park has been transformed into a destination for residents and visitors alike, while preserving the park’s historical and artistic roots.The goals for the redesigned Market Square Park were to acknowledge the history of the site; to provide an active, urban green space adapted to the needs of a diverse neighborhood; and to conserve its existing artwork while incorporating new works of art.

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Spring Branch

1040 W Sam Houston
Parkway North
Houston TX 77043
832-981-GYRO(4976) Mon-Thu 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Fri-Sat 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sun 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

History Memorial/Spring Branch

    The newest location, to open at the corner of Katy Freeway and the Sam Houston Tollway, is an 8,000-square-foot standalone restaurant. A larger kitchen and dedicated bakery allows for an expanded menu. An outdoor area is also available for customers to enjoy on sunny days. It includes green space for kids and a comfortable patio where parents can supervise while savoring Gyros, Loukoumades (delicious golden honey balls), and fresh coffee. Dimitri aims to make the I-10 location as integral to the area as the Montrose restaurant. He envisions whole families becoming regulars, students coming in after classes, and members of the Spring Branch Memorial Sports Association stopping by after games. Ever true to their Greek heritage, the new Niko Niko’s location will be a warm, welcoming place for family and friends to gather and fill up on their renowned Greek dishes.