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Our Mom Eugenia

  • Address:
    2985 District Avenue, Suite 185
    Fairfax, VA 22031
  • Phone:
    (434) 339-4019
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Eugenia Hobson has been a chef for the past thirty years. She was born and raised on the island of Zakynthos in the Ionian Sea in western Greece. She learned the secrets of greek cuisine from her grandmother for whom she was named.

Chef Eugenia has worked at several local Greek restaurants including Mykonos Grill (Rockville) and Athenian Plaka (Bethesda). She was most recently a chef at Nostos restaurant in Tysons Corner, where she worked since it first opened in 2011.

Chef Eugenia’s dishes have received glowing reviews from Tom Sietsema of the Washington Post and several food blogs. This restaurant is named after our mom as a small token of appreciation for everything she has done for us over the years.