Olga Loizon talks about the opening of Olga's original kitchen in this video from 2017.
The Detroit Free Press

Olga Loyazon, who opened a small Greek sandwich shop in 1970, became a popular chain of restaurants. The Olga Cuisine, known for generations of metrotroiters, died at the age of 92. announced on Monday afternoon.

Famous for its unique sandwiches with cake, spinach and curly potatoes, Olga's Kitchen had more than 50 seating restaurants on its top in the 80s – many in shopping malls – with New York franchise locations, Clearwater, Florida and Austin, Texas.

Detroit-based Loizon started a business in Birmingham and, after selling his stake in the mid-1970s, continued to play a role in the developing venture and regular appearances in Olga Cuisine restaurants and her (19659006) Olga Loyazone, once in Greece, lives in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She and her son Bill opened a booth on the mainstream market in Birmingham, Michigan, and later set up the chain “Olga’s Kitchen,” which features Greek fare.” data-id=””/>

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