- Complete Greek Meals Served in the Dining Hall
A Greek Feast will be served for lunch and dinner, which includes your choice of one of six entrees, two sides, and homemade Greek bread. Meals are $14 per person and are served 11:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. Meals are also available to-go.
- Church Tours
See the beautiful interior of the church and learn about the history of the Greek Orthodox Faith.
- Greek Music and Dance
Enjoy the musical stylings of an authentic Greek band and performances by an Athenian Dance Troupe. You can even learn a Greek dance or two! In addition, the church's youth will perform traditional folk dances.
- Greek Pastry Shop
Sample favorite Greek pastries such as Baklava (layers and layers of honey syrup, nuts and phyllo pastry), Galatoboureko(custard-filled phyllo pastry), Kourambiethes (rich buttery cookies rolled in sugar), Koulouria (traditional Easter cookies), Melomakarona (honey-dipped cookies), Paximathia (the original biscotti, rich with pecans), Argolavos (almond crescent cookies), Indokarida (coconut cookies), Kataifi (shredded filo, nuts and honey), and Karethopita (spiced honey walnut cake).
- Greek Market
Browse through and purchase an array of Greek products such as clothing, jewelry, and decorative items.
Intrigued? Then you won't want to miss this year's Greek Festival. Below is information for 2013.
Dates: May 10 and 11, 2013 (rain or shine)
Times: 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 573 North Highland Avenue, Memphis
Admission: $3 for adults, children 6-11 are $1, and kids 5 and younger are admitted free. Separate charges for food items. No additional charges for sanctuary tours, live performances or dance lessons. Parking is free.
See photos of the Memphis Greek Festival.
Visit the Memphis Greek Festival Website.