Posted May 24, 2017
This came across my FB newsfeed for some reason today.
Olga's Kitchen is a semi-popular restaurant (was moreso 1985-95 I'd say), and as I recall the first to introduce 'wraps' sandwiches to the U.S. market (unlike a burrito). OK enough background info -- a certain NYTimes obit here, but who knows her chances on the Pond's other side?
"The woman behind Olga's Kitchen, Olga Loizon, turns 91 today, and the franchise she created from the ground up is celebrating with Snackers, Snackers, and more Snackers."
Apparently it's a new product offering at Olga's.
Olga Loizon, who opened a small Greek sandwich shop in 1970 that grew to become the popular restaurant chain Olga's Kitchen, known by generations of metro Detroiters, has died at age 92.
(So yes I posted this, then created a Made in Detroit theme team and forgot about her