Monday, October 7, 2013

Savannah Greek Festival

Savannah is Yelling “Opa” for the 63rd Year!

With 63 years of tradition and good memories to build on, this event will be better than last years.  The annual festival will feature homemade Greek foods, desserts, Greek dancing, church tours, market place, a live band and so much more during the three-day celebration of Greek food, music and heritage.  Hosted in the St. Paul’s Hellenic Center, our three-day festival attracts thousands of visitors each year. These visitors come to enjoy the food, shopping, music, dancing and atmosphere of the Greek culture

We are serving food all day!

Thursday, October 10 – 11:00am – 9pm 
Friday, October 11 – 11:00am – 9pm 
Saturday, October 12 -  11:00am – 9pm

The festival will have free admission until 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday with a requested $2 donation after 4 p.m. There is also a requested $2 donation all day Saturday.
Location: 14 West Anderson Street, Savannah, GA 31401 
Just a sneak peek into this years menu items....
Gyro Sandwich* – Sliced beef and lamb served on pita bread with Tzatziki sauce, chopped lettuce & tomatoahh ….so tasty! $ 7.00
Dinner Combination Plate* -  Pastitsio, Spanakopita, Dolmades, Meat Balls. Served with a roll, rice pilaf and a Greek Salad. $ 11.00
Baklava* – Pecans & spices baked in layers of filo -a traditional treat! $ 2.50 or 6 for $12
Spanakopita – one serving. Spinach with feta cheese and herbs baked in layers of filo. $ 4.00

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