The new Greek fast-casual restaurant is in Sterling just off Route 7.

SouvlakiBar, the small Northern Virginia fast-casual Greek restaurant chain, is scheduled to open its third NoVa location next Monday, Sept. 17.

The dining room at the new SouvlakiBar in Sterling.

The restaurant is one of the anchors of the new Shoppes at Potomac Corner shopping center at Route 7 and Potomac View Road in Sterling.

If you haven’t been, SouvlakiBar already has locations in Alexandria and Leesburg. The menu is filled with gyros (they spell it yeero), bowls, salads and more. The gyro — loaded with meat, onions, tomatoes, tzatziki sauce and topped with a pile of french fries — is a sight to behold. The zucchini chips are crazy good too. Check out the full menu here.

The interior of the new SouvlakiBar in Sterling.

No word yet on whether more SouvlakiBars are in the works for the DC area. Meanwhile, The Burn has heard reports of another possible restaurant or two for the Shoppes at Potomac Corner, but nothing confirmed yet. Stay tuned.

  1. Anonymous 4 years ago

    Just tried this place for lunch. The food was decent… but it would have to really wow me to want to return anything in this new strip mall. Really odd parking lot entrance/exit layout and was a pain to get into and out of.

  2. Anonymous 4 years ago

    They call it Yeeros because that is how the Greeks pronounce Gyros. They’re NOT “ji-ros”…as in gyrocompass. This is the second time you have pointed this out when discussing Greek restaurants in the area.

    • The Burn 4 years ago

      You are misunderstanding. I am fully aware of how it is spelled and how it is pronounced. I was pointing out that on the actual printed menus, they spell it yeeros, which is a non-traditional spelling.

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