New Family-Owned Greek Food Truck Gets OK to Hit the Road

A family-owned food truck — a co-owner of which had skin in the culinary game at the Jersey Shore for years — have gotten the OK to prepare food and finally hit the road with spanakopita, pastichio and other popular Greek dishes.

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Gregory P. Daglis grew up in the restaurant business. His parents, both from Greece, owned a landmark diner for decades in Wildwood Crest, and Daglis worked there through his early 20s until he eventually found himself working in the investment and financial world.

The Daglis family owned the Crestwood Diner from 1976 until it was sold in 2004 and his parents retired. It had been there since the early 1950s, according to Daglis, who left his full-time job and is now back in the food-and-beverage world, taking his mother's popular Greek recipes on the road.

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