41st Annual Greek Festival Returns

Dine on authentic moussaka, spanakopita and gryos.

Festival season in Delaware has officially begun, and our mouths are watering. First up: the Greek Festival, held June 7–11 at the Holy Trinity Green Orthodox Church in Wilmington.

If the authentic aromas don’t lure you from your home or office, the music and dancing surely will.

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The dining options are limitless, and you can easily grab a bite for lunch by utilizing curbside pickup (available from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. from June 7–10) or ordering on the mobile app. You can also hitch a ride on the free lunch shuttle, which runs from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. from June 7–10. Pickup is on 9th and Market Streets every 10 minutes.

The dining options at the festival are always delicious, from the moussaka (eggplant and potato casserole with ground beef filling, topped with béchamel sauce) to the gyros (lamb, beef, onions, tomatoes and tzatziki white sauce on a pita).

To view the full menu and to check out the entertainment schedule, visit www.Greekfestde.com.

More information:
Holy Trinity Green Orthodox Church
808 North Broom St., Wilmington
654-4446
Hours: 11 a.m.–11 p.m.

Photo courtesy of
www.Greekfestde.com

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