A little Greek and American pride greets you as you enter the decidedly Mediterranean-looking grocery store.
A list of cheeses available daily at the deli counter.
Titan Foods stocks so many kinds of feta that the famed Greek cheese gets its own display case.
The recently trendy Greek yogurt is a staple of Greek cooking. At Titan, they doll it out by the pound.
Fruity olive oil (with fun names and funky designs) is a given at Titan.
Another Greek mezze staple, grape leaves, are available jarred or stuffed.
Many herbs used in Greek cuisine are picked and dried right on the branch, and packaged in clear plastic rather than tiny jars, including mountain tea (excellent against colds), sage (excellent for anti-diabetic action), bay leaves (for a rich healthy source of taste) and oregano (hand-selected from the mountain).
A caseful of phyllo dough, used in countless Greek pastries, both sweet and savory.
Luzis says that Tsoureki is so popular that they stock this brioche-like bread all year.
A cornerstone of the in-house bakery is touloubakia, tube-shaped pieces of fried dough, bathed in syrup.
If bakery sweets like baklava aren't your thing, grab a box of nougat or a clear plastic tub of toffee for a post-repast treat.
More than just a grocer
Titan Foods wouldn't quite live up to its name if it didn't have a wall dedicated to home goods, including briki, long-handled coffee pots, and religious articles such as these hand painted, wooden containers.