Welcome to The Parthenon!

Our operations are changing, and an updated website is coming soon.

Dear Parthenon Friends and Family,

We are excited to share a bittersweet announcement with you: June 19th will be our last day operating out of our current location. After close to 20 years, The Parthenon will transition to a catering-only format in a new location, where we will continue to provide delicious, authentic meals for your favorite gatherings and events, “No Matter How Big or Small!”

We are welcoming our friends from The Mettle Grill in Hickman with open arms into our current location.
The Mettle Grill’s owner, Susantha Weerasinghe, stated, “I respect and admire everything George and Mike have done to make the Parthenon a fixture in the Lincoln community. We have big shoes to fill and we will work hard for the opportunity to earn the business of this community. I see this as a passing of the torch and not as a restaurant trying to replace the Parthenon.”

There will still be ways to enjoy many of your favorite Parthenon staples! In addition to exclusively offering catering services, the Parthenon has gone mobile with our food truck, Kouzina. Kouzina will be popping up in your neighborhood, all around town at special events, and even in surrounding communities. This food truck will have a constant menu of Greek favorites, along with a periodically-changing feature menu, consisting of exciting, new meals to try. And you’ll still be able to find us at the Farmer’s Markets on the weekends!

If you have a gift card that you didn’t get a chance to use, please mail it back to us for a full refund:
The Parthenon
5500 S 56th St # 8
Lincoln, NE 68516

Soon, this website will reflect our new business model, but until then, you can find out where the food truck will be next by visiting Kouzina’s website.

When The Parthenon opened in 2002, we had no idea what it would turn into, and all the friends and family we would make. We can’t thank you all enough for the past 20 years, and we want to reassure you that we’ll still be here, simply in a different way. Anything good in this day and age has to reinvent itself — and that’s exactly what the Parthenon is doing. Instead of you coming to us, we are now coming to you!

Opa!