Feast on Authentic Greek Food
Food and beverage tickets ($1 each) can be purchased using cash or credit when you arrive at the Taste of Greece. In addition to enjoying food at the festival, you can also take home frozen tiropites and spanakopita (cheese and spinach/feta stuffed phyllo triangles), which will be available for purchase near the main entrance off Irving Avenue.
Ground lamb grilled to perfection. This 1/3 pound burger will change your life. Keep an eye on the grilling area!
Souvlaki served with rice pilaf. Add a salad for a complete meal.
Traditional Greek Loukaniko served with fresh pita bread. Better than a hot dog.
Traditional Greek Loukaniko served with rice pilaf and fresh pita bread. Add a small salad for a complete meal.
All the basics to quench your thirst.
We use only the finest commercial blends.
By the Bottle, or the Glass
Enjoy some of the finest Greek wines at the festival this year – Retsina, Red, or White.
Fit for Olympus!
Introducing Hillas Beer from Greece. The beer that is dedicated to the ancient art of brewing.
These delicious rolls have a walnut filling wrapped in shredded phyllo pastry sheets.
These go fast! Get ’em early!
Fried egg dough dipped in honey and topped with cinnamon.
Perfect with a cup of Greek coffee.
Greek biscotti, lightly seasoned with cinnamon.
Just call me mellow!
Spice cookie dipped in honey and topped with nuts.
Just don’t call ’em sneeze bombs!
Buttery shortbread cookies dusted with powdered sugar.
Do the Twist
A twisted butter cookie. Simplicity and perfection, mastered.
Really? This is Greek?
Vanilla cake filled with custard and topped with chocolate.
The Family Favorite
Sweet egg custard wrapped in filo dough, baked until golden brown, and topped with a honey-sugar syrup.
What more can be said?
Vanilla ice cream, topped with crumbles of baklava.
Donuts, Greek Style!
Hot, quick fried dough puffs drenched in hot honey and dusted with cinnamon.
Layers of buttered filo filled with spiced walnuts and syrup, and baked to a golden brown. The baklava is absolutely fantastic, and you should not leave the festival without a taste.
The Only Kind of Fries…
Fried in fine Greek olive oil & sprinkled with a secret Greek seasoning, these fries are fit for Zeus himself.
Greek Salad w/Gyro
A Greek salad mixed with tomato, red onion, feta, Greek olives, pepperoncini peppers, dressed and served with fresh pita bread. What makes this truly special is the pile (er, garnish) of Gyro meat on top.
Greek Salad w/Pita
Greek salad mixed with tomoato, red onion, feta, Greek olives, pepperoncini peppers, dressed and served with fresh pita bread.
Appetizer Spreads Plate
Hummus and a zesty feta spread served with fresh pita bread and Greek olives.
Stuffed Grape Leaves
Grape leaves stuffed with rice and spices; served with tzatziki sauce (cucumber/yogurt).
Traditional Greek Loukaniko served with tomato, onion and tzatziki sauce (cucumber/yogurt) on fresh pita bread.
Souvlaki served with tomato, onion and tzatziki sauce (cucumber/yogurt) on fresh pita bread.
Greek grilled pork shish-ka-bob. Add fresh pita bread for 1 additional ticket.
Greek grilled chicken shish-ka-bob. Add fresh pita bread for 1 additional ticket.
A blend of Greek cheeses, wrapped in Filo and baked to perfection.
Think: Greek Lasagna
Macaroni & seasoned ground beef with a creamy bechamel sauce and baked to perfection. Pasta the Greek way.
The Greek Classic
A blend of beef and lamb, roasted and served with tomato, onion and tzatziki sauce (cucumber/yogurt) on fresh pita bread.
Opa! That’s a Meal!
Tender chicken breast, leg and thigh baked Greek style and served with rice pilaf, Greek salad and pita bread.
Traditional Greek roasted lamb dinner served with rice pilaf, Greek salad and pita bread. Keep an eye on the grilling area!
Filo filled with herb seasoned spinach and a blend of cheeses, baked to perfection.
Date and Time
Friday, September 7, 2018
12 noon - 10 pm
Saturday, September 8, 2018
12 noon - 10 pm
Sunday, September 9, 2018
12 noon - 6 pm
Minneapolis Greek Festival
Taste of Greece is a three day festival of authentic Greek food, live music, and cultural events, hosted by St. Mary's Greek Orthodox Church.