Welcome to Spartan Grill and Coffee

Thanks for stopping by.

Spartan Grill has been providing hungry lunchers in Portland with street-style Greek food for six years. After four years selling gyros, falafel and greek salad out of a food cart and 2-plus years in the Public Markethouse, Spartan Grill has bought the former Zarra’s Monumental Coffeehouse located next door in Monument Square.

At our new location you can expect the same high-quality sandwiches you’ve been eating for years, and gourmet coffee and espresso drinks made with locally-roasted Coffee By Design beans.

This website is a work in progress, so bear with us as we get this off the ground. Hope to see you soon!

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About spartangrill

Offering authentic Greek street-style food and luxury espresso drinks featuring locally-roasted Coffee By Design beans in Monument Square, Portland, ME.
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8 Responses to Welcome to Spartan Grill and Coffee

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  2. El Fra says:

    Go Spartan Grill. Thank you for helping the protesters at Monument Square.

  3. El Fra says:

    FYI super folks at Spartan – I’ve edited the info on Facebook’s page for you to include the phone # and your hours – and corrected the indication it was a BBQ place – to Greek Restaurant and Coffee House. Please enter and change this info at will … I did what I could to correct what was there including adding this page, as your website (for the time being). Now I must get in there for some of your food – Greek food is a personal favorite. E

  4. spartangrill says:

    Thanks, I’m a true dinosaur when it comes to social media.
    I’m better making sandwiches…

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  6. Heya i’m for the primary time here. I found this board and I to find It truly helpful & it helped me out a lot. I’m hoping to give something again and help others such as you helped me.

  7. Anonymous says:

    good good food, nice, nice people.

  8. Nice blog here, old man! Glad to see you’re being dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century. Everett and I thought of you this week as we ate dolmades and gyros on the Gulf-side deck of Dimitri’s Restaurant in Tarpon Springs, FL (founded by Greek sponge divers in the 1800′s). Please give my best to our son (and ask him to get me his new mailing address for birthday purposes)!

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