Today's Deal: $6 for $12 worth of baked goods, homemade sandwiches, breads, pastries, subs, and pizza at Olympos Bakery
- Homemade Soups
- Spinach Pie
- Greek Pastries
- Italian Pastries
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Pay $6 for $12 worth of tasty temptations at the Mill City's oldest bake shop, Olympos Bakery. Family-owned and operated since 1915, Olympos Bakery has served greater Lowell's freshest bakery products, homemade sandwiches, breads, pastries, subs, pizza and much more. With a rich tradition, Olympos is committed to providing the best products possible.
Cannot be combined with other offers. No cash or credit back. Not valid on delivery. Must present coupon at time of use.
About Olympos Bakery
Connie A. | Charlotte, NCwww.yelp.com/biz/olympos-bakery-lowell#hrid:b22JAbNVmAKXivFxUD6jxg
Got their lobster tails and chocolate covered cannolis. I was so worried it'd be all weird tasting so I kept them in the fridge at all times.
A day later: I received variations of the same statement from three different co-workers: "I wanted just one bite.. but I ended up eating all of it. It was soooooo good! Keep the box away from me."
I'm taking that as a YUM.
Maria V. | Boston, MAwww.yelp.com/biz/olympos-bakery-lowell#hrid:6zLd7UKpaMbRoeigpjcVGQ
Olympos and the churches are really almost all that's left of what was once a huge Greek population in Lowell--especially in the first half of the 20th century. They've been one of the last, if not only, places in the area where Greek diaspora can get real red egg dye for Easter and the special sweet breads for holidays.
They also have tons of Greek foods as well as pastries, which everybody loves. Pites, baklava, galaktoboureko, koulourakia, macarona, kadaifi -- all that delicious stuff you eat at Greek festivals, whose name you forgot but flavor you remember, they have it here. So if you forgot what that delicious cream-custard pastry was called (galaktoboureko), you can go in here, point at it and voila, it's yours.