Enjoy great food with your Parea!
Greek cuisine is completely unpretentious, what you see is what you get. The flavors and abundant aromas are the combination of only a few simple ingredients, but the magic is in how these ingredients are fused with each other. We will prepare the most popular Greek dishes and desserts for you at the festival so you can get a great idea of the overall cuisine. If your interest wants to take you further, please attend one of our Live Cooking Demos, and purchase a Greek Cookbook on sale at the Greek Store in the Vendor area.
All vegetarian foods are listed in GREEN text. All sweets are obviously vegetarian, so help yourself!
Whole Lambs on the Spit!
Whole Lambs will be prepared on the spit and when they come off, we’ll be selling them by the pound. Due to the high demand for Lamb on the Spit, we are doubling the amount of lambs we cook this year. Lambs will come off the spit Friday and Saturday night 5-7 pm and Sunday 4-5:30 pm. Be ready to get your share of fresh Lamb! First come, First served!
NEW THIS YEAR! Fried Calamari! (order at the Gyro Booth)
NEW THIS YEAR! Athenian Fries: Fries with feta cheese topping and spiced with oregano (Order at the Gyro Booth)
All Greek Dinner Plates Include:
Main item, Rice, Feta cheese, Greek salad, Greek olives, and Pita bread. Main items can also be purchased as a la carte. We also have vegetarian dishes!
Great Greek Foods!
Oven Roasted Leg lamb
Marinated in traditional Greek dressing.
Great Greek Sweets!
Layers of filo dough filled with walnuts, almonds, cinnamon, some other good stuff, smothered in a sugar and honey topping.
Flaming Cheese“, is a slab of a relatively salty head cheese from goats, broiled in olive oil to soften it, then sprinkled in brandy and lit on fire to remove the alcohol, but maintain the brandy flavor on the cheese. Only served outdoors. Order at the Gyro Booth
Made with pork marinated in Greek dressing. The classic Greek shish kabob can also be made with chicken or beef, but we think pork does it best.
Twisted coffee cookies, are excellent on their own or for a quick dip in a cup of coffee. Generally a dry cookie, but very flavorful, sometimes topped with sesame seeds.
Greek Rotisserie Chicken
Greek marinated chicken. All I can say is…wow, chicken never tasted so good!
Similar to Baklava, but the mixture is wrapped in shredded wheat smothered in honey. Also heavenly!
Butter cookies smothered in powdered sugar. A little messy, but worth every bit of spilled sugar.
Made with noodles instead of eggplant and potatoes. A favorite dish for Greeks, also known as the Greek lasagna.
Cream filled filo with a honey topping. A third trip to heaven!
A vegetarian favorite, grape leaves stuffed with rice a boiled in a lemon/olive oil brine.
Walnut cake, is a light fluffy cake with a honey sauce. Great with Greek Coffee.
A great vegetarian dish or for those wishing to eat light, and save room for the desserts!
Fried dough smothered in honey and cinnamon, these delightful delicacies go great with Greek Coffee and even ice cream!
Layers of filo dough stuffed with a spinach and cheese mixture. We will also be serving Tyropita, which is similar, but made with only cheese.
Fruit pie, usually filled with cherry preserves, but other flavors can be used.
Gyro Pita Sandwich
Lamb and beef rilled to perfection in a pita and topped with your favorite tzatziki sauce (cucumber garlic dressing)
Orange cake, is also a light fluffy cake with orange flavors and honey infusion.
We will be making a limited amount and when they are ready listen for the announcement to purchase a portion of the lamb. This is as traditional as it gets with Greek Lamb!!
Walnut cookies, are a delight, sprinkled with crushed walnuts and infused with honey.