Come enjoy traditional and delectable delights prepared by the "at-home" Greek chefs of our community and served by them during the Greek Food Festival weekend. All mezzes (appetizers), entrees, and desserts are still homemade, as they have been for over thirty six years when the festival began, and are comprised of only the freshest and finest ingredients available.


2012 Festival Menu.pdf


Enjoy the following delicious meals at the festival.


    * Pites - Four filo triangles filled with feta cheese mixture or feta and spinach mixture.

    * Dolmathes - Grape leaves stuffed with seasoned rice and topped with lemon.

    * Souvlakia - Marinated lamb skewered and grilled on an open fire.

    * Greek Chicken - Greek-style chicken at its finest, baked and basted in a marinade of olive oil, lemon juice, and oregano.

    * Pasticho - a wonderful combination with layers of macaroni, ground beef in a Greek tomato sauce, topped with a layer of delicious cream bechamel sauce.

    * Gyro Sandwich - Grilled slices of seasoned beef and lamb topped with lettuce and Greek tsaziki sauce and rolled in warm pita bread.

    * Greek Salad - Traditional Greek salad tossed with Greek dressing and topped with feta, calamata olives, and salonika peppers.


As well as these pastries:


  1. BulletBaklava - Layer upon layer of buttered filo and ground pecans bathed in a honey syrup.

  2. BulletChocolate Baklava - Classic baklava dipped in chocolate.

  3. BulletMelomakarona - Honey and nut cookie topped with chopped pecans.

  4. BulletKourambethes - Greek wedding cookie sprinkled with powdered sugar.

  5. BulletKoulourakia - Butter coffee twists

  6. BulletLoukoumathes - Greek fried donuts, dipped in warm honey and sprinkled with cinammon.