- GRAV WELDON
- FAIR FOOD ON THE STREET: Paizi's on Rogers Avenue
What I discovered was Paizi’s Gyros, an old favorite in a new place… an old favorite I usually enjoy only once a year. Usually in October.
- KAT ROBINSON
- PAIZI'S SIGHTINGS: At the 2010, 2009 and 2008 Arkansas State Fairs
No matter. When we pulled up there were easily half a dozen customers hanging around the trailer, some already consuming gyros wrapped in foil in both hands or picking bits of meat out with a fork.
Paizi’s lamb gyro meat is what you might expect — the big cone of lamb-beef compressed meat rotisserie roasted and carved vertically. It’s served up on a nice fluffy pita and topped with a mixture of spring greens, both red and white onions, fresh tomato slices, a cucumber-garlic taziki sauce and… Feta cheese. The Feta gives the gyro a
Anyway, Paizi’s won’t be there forever… they’ll be picking up some time in June for a summer of gypsy-like wandering. So if you’re in Fort Smith and want a gyro fix, they’ll fix you up. They have baklava, too.
You’ll currently find Paizi’s in the Toys-R-Us parking lot on Rogers Avenue. No phone number — it’s a trailer, after all — but there is a Facebook fan page.