Great news for fans of Olga's Kitchen!

It has not been the easiest decade for Olga's Kitchen. In 2015 the Michigan-based, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant chain filed for bankruptcy. Since then, a few Mitten-State locations have shuttered including in Grand Rapids at Woodland Mall.

Olga's Kitchen
Olga's Kitchen, Facebook

Later this month, however, three more Michigan cities will be able to snack on Olga's Kitchens famous Snackers, Gyros, Salads, and Spinach pies.

Olga's Kitchen has teamed up with Big Boy to expand to three new cities.

Olga's/ Big Boy, Facebook
Olga's/ Big Boy, Facebook

According to the Detroit Free Press Big Boy restaurants in  Battle Creek, Muskegon, and Midland will serve as "host kitchens" for Olga's. You'll be able to order select items from Olga's menu for delivery or carryout at and through some third-party apps.

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Here are the Big Boy locations at which you can order Olga's Kitchen food and when you can do so:

  • Midland at 1513 S. Saginaw starting July 10
  • Muskegon at 1720 E. Sternberg in Muskegon starting July 17
  • Battle Creek Big at 2183 W. Columbia starting July 24

Olga's Kitchen was founded in Birmingham, Mich., by Olga Loizon in Birmingham in 1970. Loizon passed away in 2019 at the age of 92.

Current vice president of operations at Olga’s Kitchen Ryan Jones said in statement,

With Big Boy’s proven track record of delighting guests in Midland, Muskegon and Battle Creek, we are confident that they are the perfect partner to bring the Mediterranean flavors our fans crave — made from the same fresh ingredients we use in our other locations — to guests in these markets.

While many of Olga's locations are on the east side of the state, Olga's did open a fast-casual restaurant in Comstock Park near Grand Rapids in 2021.

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