You are reading

Mega Greek supermarket Titan Foods is reopening in Astoria

Titan Foods has a large selection of Greek specialties such as feta cheese and olives. Photo by Iryna Shkurhan

March 21, 2023 By Iryna Shkurhan

Titan Foods, a large Greek specialty supermarket that closed its Astoria store last year, is gearing up to reopen in the neighborhood later this spring. 

After 40 years at 25-26 31st St., Titan Foods closed its doors on June 18, 2023. Since then, the owners have been in the process of relocating to a new home. But in the meantime, the store has been offering free local delivery and nationwide shipping. 

The family-owned business was forced to shutter after the landlord sold the building at the beginning of 2023. The owners had to scramble to find a new location to remain in the community. The business currently operates a secondary location on Long Island, where it produces and distributes it goods.

The new store, which will be located on Steinway Street and 23rd Road, will open sometime this spring. The owners, however, have not yet set an exact opening date. 

Titan Foods has a remarkably large selection of imported Greek groceries, both an olive and feta bar, as well as fresh baked goods, prepared meals and frozen options. Whether customers are looking for halva, a fudge-like dessert, or good quality olive oil, Titan has several options for everything. 

Locals are excited that Titan Foods is set to reopen in Astoria. After a local Facebook group announced the new location, dozens of people shared their excitement in the comments. 

The owners of Titan Foods often take to social media to share updates about the store with their patrons, who actively engage and are awaiting their reopening in Astoria.

We are incredibly grateful to all of you for the outpouring of love and support that we have received,” said their Facebook post announcing their last day back in July. “Looking forward to welcoming you back, very soon.”

email the author: news@queenspost.com
No comments yet

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.


The reCAPTCHA verification period has expired. Please reload the page.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

Arsenal of ghost guns and thousands of rounds seized during Rockaway Park raid: DA

A Rockaway Park man was criminally charged with a slew of crimes after an arsenal of more than 30 firearms, including ghost guns and assault weapons, was uncovered along with thousands of rounds of ammunition and other weapons-related paraphernalia were seized during a raid at his home on Beach 117th Street on Wednesday.

Ryszard Materna, 51, was arraigned Thursday before Queens Criminal Court Judge Germaine Auguste on a 281-count complaint after a long-term investigation into his purchase of polymer-based firearm components that can easily be assembled into operable weapons, known as ghost guns.

Armed robber hits 7-Eleven stores in three Queens neighborhoods in just over an hour Wednesday morning: NYPD

Police from two Queens NYPD precincts are looking for an armed robber who targeted 7-Eleven stores in three different neighborhoods in just over an hour during the early morning of Wednesday, Apr. 17.

Police from the 106th Precinct in Ozone Park reported that the first heist went down just before 2:25 a.m. at the 7-Eleven located at 112-11 Liberty Ave. in South Richmond Hill. The perpetrator allegedly pulled out a handgun and demanded money from the 23-year-old man behind the counter, who complied, handing over $400 in cash from the register, police said.

Jamaica Estates man beaten, robbed by bat-wielding thugs near Cunningham Park: NYPD

A 22-year-old Jamaica Estates man was beaten and robbed in broad daylight three blocks west of Cunningham Park on Saturday, and police from the 107th Precinct in Fresh Meadows are looking for the suspects who attacked him with a baseball bat.

The incident occurred just after 7 p.m., as the victim was walking home in the vicinity of 189th Street and Aberdeen Avenue when he was set upon by the two assailants who struck him in the face and head with the baseball bat, police said. They forcibly removed his cell phone and fled in a black Pontiac Grand Am, heading northbound on 109th Street toward Union Turnpike.