A Taste of Greece 

It is a true labor of love our Parishioners give their time and energy to make the festival a memorable experience for you.  The Greeks have a term called "philoxenia," which literally means "love for strangers" and this particular notion is what drives us every year to prepare traditional food to feed our guests.  Here is what we offer you this year.


Your choice of four entrees served with rice, Greek style green beans, Greek salad and bread.

&nbsp Greek Chicken - Seasoned with a blend of Mediterranean spices and lemon and then baked to perfection.

  Moussaka - Layered potatoes, eggplant, and seasoned sautéed ground beef topped with a rich béchamel sauce.

Pastitsio - Layers of macaroni, seasoned sautéed ground beef and imported cheese, covered with a rich béchamel sauce.

Tiropita - Filo dough wrapped in the shape of a triangle, filled with a savory blend of cheeses.
Spanakopita - Similar to "tiropita", but with the addition of spinach to the cheese filling.

Dinner includes two serving, green beans, salad and bread.  


Side Dishes

&nbsp Greek Salad - Lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, oregano, Greek olive oil, red wine vinegar....the REAL Greek salad!
Available in a small side or large.
  Dolmathes - A great vegetarian appetizer made from tender vine leaves wrapped into little rolls and stuffed with rice and fresh herbs, drizzled with lemon juice and olive oil.


A La Carte

&nbsp Gyro - A pita bread sandwich made with thin slices of "gyro" meat or souvlaki, tomatoes, onions and topped with "tzatziki" sauce. "Gyro" is a blend of beef and lamb slow roasted on an upright rotisserie. "Tzatziki" is a refreshing blend of Greek yogurt and cucumbers. 

  Souvlaki - A pita bread sandwich made with cuts of pork tenderloin grilled on an open fire. Served with tomatoes, onions and topped with "tzatziki" sauce. Also available threaded on a skewer.

Greek Pizza - A mouthwatering delight of fresh spinach, tomatoes, feta cheese, seasoned olive oil and a mozzarella/provolone blend. Gyro meat can be added.

Skyline Chili - You won't find this anywhere in Greece, but Cincinnati-style chili originated with the Greek immigrants.


Yia Yia's Mezethakia - Come and enjoy a plate of "Grandma's Appetizers" featuring "keftethes" (Greek meatballs), "dolmathes" (stuffed grape leaves), feta cheese, olives, and "saganaki" (flaming cheese). OPA!!!
Featuring hummus from Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe (located in Deerfield, Kenwood, West Chester & Cherry Grove).


  • Pop - We offer Pepsi products to quench your thirst.
  • Taverna - Taste wines and beer from various regions of Greece.
  • Beer - We have two booths to serve anyone's taste. Blue Moon, MadTree, Coors Light, Miller Lite and Warsteiner are all on tap.

Sweet Treats

  • Enjoy a BAKLAVA SUNDAE from “Thea’s Zaxaroplastio” (Auntie’s Sweet Shop). This beat-the-heat treat is soft-serve ice cream topped with crumbled pieces of baklava and if you dare, topped with a drizzle  of chocolate syrup.
  • Looking for a quick, pop-in-your-mouth sweet treat? Near the “Gyro Tent” you’ll find LOUKOUMATHES. These Greek donuts, also known as “Honey Puffs”, are deep fried to a golden brown, and while still warm, dipped in a  honey syrup and finally dusted with cinnamon… bet you can’t eat just one!