What to eat

From the Oven



- a layered casserole of eggplants, potatoes and seasoned ground beef topped with bechamel sauce RecipeSpanakopita - phyllo stuffed with spinach, feta cheese, dill & green onions



- feta, parmesan & cream cheese filled phyllo triangles with a hint of dill



- grape leaves filled with ground beef, rice & fresh herbs served with a lemon sauce


From the Grill

Gyro Sandwich

-seasoned lamb and beef served in warm pita bread with tomatoes, onions and tzatziki sauceFalafel Sandwich - falafel (Garbanzo beans and herbs) with tomatoes, onions and tzatziki sauce served in warm pita bread


Pork Souvlaki

- skewered pork tenderloin marinated & grilled over oak woodLoukaniko - homemade pork sausage seasoned with orange zest and red wineLamb Chops


From the Fryer


French Fries


Salads and Sides


Greek Green Salad

- fresh local greens tossed with Greek dressing, tomatoes, red onions, peperoncinis, feta cheese, kalamata olives and cucumbers


Greek Pasta Salad

- Greek orzo tossed with artichokes, pine nuts, lemon zest, sun-dried tomatoes, red onions, olive oil & parsleyHummus - traditional puree of garbanzo beans, tahini sauce, olive oil and garlic


Roasted Potatoes

- russet potato wedges baked with lemon, olive oil & oregano



- Greek style caviar spreadTzatziki Sauce - yogurt, cucumber & garlic sauce


Kalamata Olives
Feta Cheese





- layers of walnuts and crispy fillo pastry drenched in a light, honey syrup



- baked custard in crispy fillo pastryKoulourakia -glazed butter cookies



- almond butter cookies covered in powdered sugar



- Greek style donuts drizzled with honey syrup made fresh at the booth



- walnut oval cookies topped with chopped walnuts dipped in a light syrup


Pasta Flora

- a lattice-topped shortbread pastry layered with strawberry or apricot preserves



- homemade rice pudding using only milk, rice, cinnamon and sugar

You’ll never leave our festival hungry.  We promise.


Greek tradition is to feed you, and feed you, and then feed you some more. 


All of our food is created from our parishioners’ home recipes.  Plenty of Yiayias (Grandmothers) had a hand in the making of the fine food you’ll find at our festival.But hey, don’t take our word for it.  Look at the menu and pictures below!