TIFFIN, OH — A local restaurant is in the spotlight as NBC is planning to visit Tiffin on Thursday to film for an upcoming feature story.
Put-N-Pita, which opened two years ago, shared on social media that an NBC producer has contacted them and is wanting to do a feature on the shop.
“They will be here during Thursday’s lunch rush,” owner Fotis Diamantopoulos said.
“Come on down if you want to get your mug on TV, they want to interview customers and stuff. Going to rep Tiffin the best I can, but I may need a little help,” Diamantopoulos said.
Customers should arrive around lunchtime to catch the NBC crew at the restaurant, but there is no specific time as to when they’ll be there.
The son of Greek immigrants, Fotis Diamantopoulos has lived in Tiffin for a decade, and he is following his father’s footsteps into the restaurant business. “I drive through downtown Tiffin every day and you can tell that things are changing, and I feel the vibe and want to be a part of it. My business model will include my dad’s Greek influence, an American twist and a Subway style,” he said.
Diamantopoulos said the menu includes gyros and greek salads as well as traditional meats and all kinds of fresh produce that will be assembled to the customer’s order. In the future, he plans to expand the business into other types of ethnic foods.
Put-N-Pita is located at 116 S. Washington St. in Tiffin. More information can be found on their Facebook page.
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