Greek food festivals are natural venues for applying the Socratic method with questions such as "Why do we believe what we believe?" and "Exactly how much souvlaki can I fit in my mouth?" Get down to the tasty truth with this Groupon.
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Annunciation Greek Food Festival
Now in its 53rd year, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church's festival once more celebrates the rich history and culture of Greece with live dance, traditional food, and Hellenistic arts and crafts. Visitors can watch displays of traditional dancing as troupes of costumed performers whirl and leap to folk tunes. Open-mouthed onlookers can snack on souvlaki, gyros, and baked pastitsio or shout out traditional Greek exclamations such as "Opa!", "Yassou!", and "Don't drop that Olympic torch!"
Church tours introduce festivalgoers to the stunning gilded iconography of Annunciation's sanctuary, and also give them a brief lesson on the symbolism, teaching, and history of the Greek Orthodox Church. Outside, kids get their faces painted, play games, and bounce inside a moonwalk, while adults stroll through the gift shop area, which attempts to tempt them with colorful wares imported from Greece, including fisherman's hats, gold jewelry, and worry beads.
91% of 481 customers recommend
“Always a great time at the Festival. Delicious food items and desserts. The groupon was a great deal!”
“go early...out of favorite pastry Sat night”
“Expect long lines for food but worth the wait. Without the Groupon food would be pretty expensive but a good deal with the Groupon. There system for redeeming the...”
“Expect long lines for food but worth the wait. Without the Groupon food would be pretty expensive but a good deal with the Groupon. There system for redeeming the Groupon is a bit of a mess. You have to stand in a VERY long line in order for them to convert your Groupon to food coupons. Then you have to stand in a VERY long line to get your food. They need to work on the process so those with Groupons don't have to work harder than those without.”