Greek Food Fest

Every fall, Dallas-Fort Worth hosts multiple Greek festivals, full of dancing, eating and drinking .

My personal favorite is the Mid-Cities Greek Fest in Euless, which happens in mid or late October every year, as it’s smaller and has higher-quality food. A few years ago, they raised enough money through their annual festivals to build a new beautiful church.

While you can find Greek food at countless restaurants throughout the country, there is no replacement for the quality of a Greek festival. And wherever you are located, there is probably a festival near you.

What to get:

  • Dolma: Grape leaves wrapped with rice and ground meat
  • Spanokopita: Spinach and feta stuffed in filo
  • Moussaka: Eggplant and ground meat topped with a bechamel cream – imagine a Greek lasagna
  • Dessert: loukoumades (donut balls with honey) and an entire container of baklava

Tips: Free parking and free to get in!! This is not the case at some of the larger Greek fests in Dallas and Houston.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Tricia Simpson says:

    Yum! Thank you for posting.

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