Festival Dining

Festival Dining

Everyone knows that the best part of the Greek Festival is the food and the delicious pastries!

Here’s a taste of some of the items on the menu for this year’s festival.

Choose from a variety of Greek specialties throughout the festival hours. Food menus and locations are shown below.

For your convenience, please note that Cash, Mastercard, VISA and Discover credit cards are accepted at many festival booths.

Indoor Gourmet Food Lines

Two lines allow you to taste a-la-carte a variety of Greek foods, including gourmet specialties such as Moussaka, Pastitsio, Greek Salad and Spanakopites.
The Indoor Gourmet Food Lines close approximately 2 hours before Festival Closing

  • Dolmathes

    (dol-MA-des) –Tender grape leaves are stuffed with a savory meat and rice filling and bathed in a tangy egg-lemon sauce called avgolemono.

  • Pastitsio

    (pa-STEE-cho) — Layers of imported Greek Pasta, grated cheese, and sautéed ground beef topped with a rich cream sauce (béchamel) and baked.

  • Moussaka

    (mouh-sa-KA) — Layers of young eggplant and sautéed ground beef topped with a rich cream sauce (béchamel) and baked.

  • Spanakopita

    (spa-na-KO-pee-ta) — A blend of spinach, cheeses and herbs wrapped in a buttered fillo dough.

  • Tyropita

    (tee-ROH-pee-ta) — Blended cheeses wrapped in a buttered fillo dough.

  • Keftedes

    (kef-TE-des) — Spiced Greek meatballs.

  • Chicken with Lemon Potatoes

    Succulent breast of chicken baked Greek style with golden potatoes roasted in a lemon garlic broth.

  • Greek Salad

    Tossed with traditional Greek dressing and topped with feta cheese and black olives.

Outdoor Fast Food Tents

Entertain your taste buds Greek style with favorites such as Souvlaki, Loukaniko, Gyro, and Pastries.

  • Gyro

    (GYEE-row) — Flavorfully seasoned meat roasted and served on Pita bread, topped with a cucumber-sour cream sauce, lettuce, tomatoes and onions.

  • Souvlaki

    (sue-VLAH-kee) — Tender pork marinated with herbs of Mediterranean origin, cooked over an open flame and served with pita bread. Delightful!

  • Lamb Appetizer Dinner

    Roasted Lamb, Loukaniko, Tyropita, Pita, Feta Cheese, Kalamata Olives and Peppers.

  • Loukaniko

    (lou-KAN-iko) — Greek sausage sandwich.

  • Greek Fries

    Seasoned to perfection with a combination of Greek spices.

  • Baklava Sundaes

    Vanilla ice-cream topped with crumbled baklava and drizzled with chocolate syrup.

  • Pepsi Products

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