Eat Gourmet Gyros & More at Greek Food Festival of Dallas

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The Greek Food Festival of Dallas is hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, supporting community outreach, ministries, and youth programs. Just like previous years, they will be serving up delicious Greek Food, music, dancing and fun – all the elements of a big fat Greek party.

Go and enjoy the fun of all things Greek! This year the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church community will share heartfelt hospitality and culture with thousands of eager visitors. Delicious cuisine and pastries authentically made in the festival kitchen, spirited live music and dance, fun kids’ attractions, and a marketplace brimming with imports and activity, transform the corner of Hillcrest & Alpha into Dallas’ own Greek island.

The wide-ranging marketplace or Agora features imported goods as well as the creations of Greek-American artists and artisans. The Agora also has a Pantopolion or grocery store; ongoing cooking demonstrations by real Greek foodies; and a pastry store, where honey-drenched baklava is just the beginning.

Tours of the church and its Byzantine iconography, and a visit to the Greek Cultural Center and church bookstore add an element of enrichment to the exhilarating, three-day celebration.

This year’s festival will have a Taverna (beverage bar), a Kafenio (coffee house), and a Kouzina (food service area), all designed to enhance accessibility and service.

When:

Friday, September 22nd, noon to 11 p.m
Saturday, September 23rd, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday, September 24th noon to 6 p.m.

Where:

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
13555 Hillcrest Rd
Dallas, TX 75240

Tickets:

General Admission tickets - $6 for Adults (13 and up)
Free admission for Kids (12 and under)
Food coupons are sold online in $10 increments. $20 of coupons will typically pay for a meal, a drink, and a dessert.

More Info:

www.greekfestivalofdallas.com

One Response to “Eat Gourmet Gyros & More at Greek Food Festival of Dallas”

  1. i wanna, This year’s festival will have a Taverna (beverage bar), a Kafenio (coffee house), and a Kouzina (food service area), all designed to enhance accessibility and service.

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