Here we are again, folks! Welcome home to fine and family dining at the new Little Billy’s.
Our history Harry Paskilidis immigrated from Greece in 1966 and working as a logging camp chef, Harry had a dream of opening a restaurant. After years of hard work, Harry and, his three brothers Paul, Mike and Billy, finally opened Little Billy’s Steak and Lobster house at 2nd and Nanaimo. From this beginning, ten more locations were in the Lower Mainland and Little Billy’s became a recognizable name. During the past thirty three years, Little Billy’s has kept its doors open through good economic times and bad. Finally, Little Billy’s nestled in a side street located in a residential area and thus changed its name to Little Billy’s Hideaway. For 17 years, it was a favourite of local neighbours, a place where they could relax. On March 27, 2007, the restaurant fell victim to a fire which leveled the building and two stories beside it. Little Billy’s was totally destroyed. Now Little Billy’s food (and the family that creates it) could only be found at family events and at functions catering to the customers who could not live without the familiar Greek touch. Determined to start again Harry, Irma and their son, undertook the daunting task of finding a new location, a new concept, a new look and a new menu. Through courage and hard work this large and close-knit family has worked to combine the favourite dishes valued by their customers over the years with new flavours created by Chef Harry, including the new launch of our famous Home-made Butter. Our signature homemade garlic, lemon and special blend butter (available for retail and sale upon request).
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