Sikey Vlahos and his family emigrated from Greece in 1971 when he was seven years old. They were trying to get away from the dictatorship at the time for a more promising economic outlook. After he graduated from high school, Vlahos and his mother opened Voula’s Offshore Cafe, which has been in business since 1984.
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