Papoo’s in Whitehouse expands with Papoo’s Sports and Spirits
By Matthew Kent
Papoo’s in Whitehouse has continued to grow in popularity since it opened in April of 2012 and recently expanded with the addition of Papoo’s Sports and Spirits.
The full-service restaurant owned by Greg and Rosie Morris offers breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Among the items that can be found include hot dogs, gyros and authentic Greek dishes, including stuffed grape leaves, Baklava, and spinach pie that are all homemade by Rosie.
Greg’s passion for the restaurant industry came from his family which owned and operated Original Hot Dog in the 1980s. As a result of the expansion, Papoo’s will now have two rooms, one of which will be for family dining, while the other will be made into a sports atmosphere that is expected to be open by early August.
“We’re going to put up some big screen TVs and have some draft beer, bar food, nachos and munchies and appetizers and the full menu will be available in both rooms,” Rosie said. Patrons will have the choice of where they want to sit when they come to Papoo’s and alcohol will available for order in both rooms. The second room at the business was added in August of 2012, according to Rosie.
Bread pudding, New York style cheesecake, Baklava, cupcakes and cookies are just some of the desserts items that can also be ordered and are made on-site. A variety of specials can also be found at Papoo’s, including pulled pork, stuffed peppers, roast beef sandwiches, all-you-can-eat spaghetti for $7.25 and a Friday night all-you-can-eat fish fry that comes with fries and coleslaw for $8.99.
Show your support for local businesses! Call Greg or Rosie at 419-877-5320; visit Papoo’s at 10355 Waterville St., Whitehouse; email Rosie at email@example.com or visit their website at http://www.papoosconeyisland.com.