Gyroville was created in 2010 from the need to fulfill the lack of Mediterranean cuisine in the fast casual market. Gyroville starts with the freshest ingredients available and prepares them using recipes that combine old-school Greek restaurant traditions with a modern day twist. Gyroville is glad to feature authentic flavors and spices straight out of the Mediterranean. All of it at an affordable price. The concept allows the customer to follow their choice of protein from the grill or vertical spit through an assembly line process where they choose from the freshest ingredients and homemade sauces available.
Our fast casual style offers several various protein choices, including gyro meat, chicken breast, spicy chicken thighs and homemade falafel. All the meat served at Gyroville is certified Halal. Freshly chopped romaine lettuce, plum tomatoes, cucumbers, red peppers, and onions are among the many condiments which can be added to your food. Next comes the modern twist on traditional Greek restaurant cuisine. You may choose a traditional yogurt, cucumber tzatziki sauce or become more adventurous with a Jalapeno Spinach, Mediterranean Mustard or Feta version.
Mediterranean restaurants and gyro stands have been culinary staples for decades, and today, a new crop of fast-casual concepts like Gyroville are feeding the growing consumer demand for the healthful and wide-ranging cuisines of the Mediterranean region.
Gyroville provides a high-quality, healthy and modern twist to Mediterranean foods. The Florida-based chain recently announced plans to expand its national footprint with as many as 30 new restaurants over the next five years. Targeted markets include Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas, among others. There are currently nine restaurants open and operating throughout Florida and Kansas, and a tenth location in Ecuador.
For some time now, everyone from the American Heart Association to Dr. Oz have lauded the Mediterranean diet as one of the most healthful ways to eat. Add to that a generation of more adventurous palates and the rise of fast-casual, and the market is ripe for concepts like Gyroville. We pride our self as a healthy food destination and look forward to meeting the increasing popularity of the clean eating lifestyle across the country.
Pronounced just like the word looks, rather than the Greek pronunciation, which is more like yee-roh, Gyroville provides an interactive, build-your-own concept that allows guests to follow their choice of protein from the grill or vertical spit and served in a pita, over rice, as a wrap or salad.
There are various protein choices from which to choose, including gyro meat, chicken breast, spicy chicken thighs and homemade falafel. All the meat served is certified Halal. Freshly chopped romaine lettuce, plum tomatoes, cucumbers, red peppers, and onions are among the many condiments which can be added to the food. Next comes the modern twist on traditional Greek restaurant cuisine. Customers can choose a traditional yogurt, cucumber tzatziki sauce or become more adventurous with a Jalapeño Spinach, Mediterranean Mustard or Feta version.
We're disrupting the fast-casual scene and proving that the build-your-own style concept can be fresh, unique and flavorful. Gyroville is constantly innovating and showing the versatility of our menu, and both consumers and franchise investors have taken notice. Our franchise has really taken off over the past year and the future is nothing but bright.
The expansion will be achieved through both multi-unit operators and owner-operators, with the restaurants featuring Gyroville’s new store design, characterized by a cleaner, crisp look and feel that is synonymous with the brand's updated logo and color scheme, which includes shades of green and neutral colors as well as a blue accent. All light fixtures and furniture have also been updated to reflect the new branding. “The new prototype is sleek and modern. It truly embodies our 'live fresh' mentality,” added Kokkinelis.
$250,000 and $475,000, the estimated total investment to open a Gyroville franchise is between
$14,995 (one of the lowest of any fast-casual concept) Including a franchise fee off
"To Please Customers In A Way That Generates Loyalty."
Gyroville is committed to providing each guest with a quality experience as follows:
Greet every guest with a warm "Welcome to Gyroville."
Provide a product that is fresh and consistent on a daily basis.
Offer attentive and efficient service to all guests.
Owner and founder, Lambros Kokkinelis utilized his years of culinary and hospitality experience and combined that with the rich tradition of his family's recipes and work ethic to create Gyroville.
The first Gyroville opened in January 2010 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Initially, it was known as Mr. Gyros until the opening of the second restaurant in Pembroke Pines, Fl. In November 2010 it became known as Gyroville. Gyroville was borne out of the need for less expensive – yet still healthy and fresh – dining options. Mr. Kokkinelis has proven to himself, potential investors and employees that the business would profit in both good and bad economic environments. This was really the cornerstone of his thought process when he founded this Greek restaurant franchise.
The Gyroville Difference
All restaurants claim to serve good food and offer their guests excellent customer service. These qualities are not enough to make a restaurant stand out from the rest of the competition. Gyroville uses a fast casual Build Your Own Concept that allows the guest to choose from a variety of freshly prepared proteins, homemade sauces & crisp vegetables. Gyroville has created flavored tzatziki sauces made from 100% Greek yogurt. Spinach Jalapeño, Mediterranean Mustard & Feta Tzatziki are some of the varieties served at our locations today. We also serve two types of Hummus, which are made with chickpeas, tahini, olive oil & lemon juice.