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The Greek Food Festival of Dallas
SAVE THE DATE: November 1 - 3, 2024
The Greek Food Festival of Dallas is hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, supporting outreach, ministries, and youth programs.
Explore the Festival
Food & Drink
Enjoy Greek favorites Gyro, Souvlaki, and more! Savor incredible desserts, and sip on famous Greek coffees & cocktails.
The Agora was a central public space in ancient greek city-states. The literal meaning of the word “Agora” Is “To Gather”
Schedules and information for our Greek dancers, cooking demos, church tours, kids tent and more.
Experience the Greek
Greek Food Festival Committee
Welcome to the 68th Annual Greek Food Festival of Dallas!
We are thrilled to continue welcoming everyone to this year’s Festival. A major thank you to ALL OF YOU — our greater Dallas/Fort Worth community. Your support of Greek Culture and our Orthodox faith has allowed this little event — which started out as a ladies’ bazaar in 1955 — to reach its 68th year — THANK YOU – or as we say in Greek EFHARISTO!
If it is your first time here or your 68th, don’t miss a thing! Come be inspired by our iconography in our church sanctuary. Learn more about our religious traditions by attending a lecture on Byzantine chanting and with a church tour. Visit our newly expanded religious bookstore in our main shopping center, the Agora. Visit our cultural center and learn about the history of Greece!
Enjoy the culinary delights that Greece is famous for! We are bringing back all your favorites this year — Gyro, Loukoumades, Feta Bites, Souvlaki, Greek Fries, and introducing some new items to the menu. Come thirsty and visit our Taverna to drink Greek wine or try a Greek beer then get a Greek coffee or Frappe so you can keep going! Because – you can’t miss the Agora to shop like you do when you walk the streets in our beloved Greece. There we have an authentic Greek Grocery and so many imports, Jewelry, wonderful gifts and treats to browse and buy. Don’t forget to attend one of the cooking demos there learning how your favorite cuisine is made- just like Yiayia (grandma) of course. Lastly, your visit is not complete without trying the Greek pastries in the courtyard or packaged for home. But do me one favor when you buy pastries inside and say a special THANK YOU to the ladies selling you those treats-they are the women of Philoptochos – the legacy of the same women’s charitable organization whose lady’s bazaar has grown into our beautiful festival!
Again, WELCOME and enjoy your visit and thank you very much!
ps. I personally want to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers, sponsors, parish council members and our spiritual leaders for their support – too many to be named – We could not host this event without them. Special thank you to the following individuals without your dedication to our community and our festival none of this would be possible:
Father Mark Pakes, Proistamenos
Matt Fossey, Festival Infrastructure
Phillip Constantinides, Sales & Marketing
Harry Tomasides, Advance Ticket Sales
Christine Tomasides, Advance Ticket Sales
Lindsay Karant, Marketplace Planning
Andrea Nayfa, Marketplace Planning
Alexis Constaninides, Pastries Leader
Aliki Pappas, Pastries Leader
Jenny Sideris, Pastries Leader
John Lymberopoulos, Executive Chef
Daniella Karant, Volunteers
Mike Spahis, Information Center
Katherine Hill, Sponsorships & Program Lead
Nicholas Patts, Sponsorships
Ioanna Pappas, Social Media Lead
Chrysanthie Yianitsas, Social Media Lead
Lea Papanicolaou, Social Media Lead
Larry Wright, Church Administrator
Torye Morris, Festival Logistics
Thank you to our Sponsors
The Greek Food Festival Of Dallas
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You are welcome to purchase tickets at the door, however we recommend purchasing them in advance via Eventbrite to save time and skip the line.