The annual St. George Cathedral of Philadelphia Food Festival will be up and running on June 1st for 4 days

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Saint George Cathedral annual Food Festival at 256 South 8th Street from 11am to 10pm. FREE Menu includes lamb shanks, baked chicken, pastitsio, moussaka as well as souvlakia, gyro, spanakopites and other Greek favorites. Lots of homemade desserts including loukoumades, pastries, and koulourakia and drinks —  Frappe, Greek and American coffees, Mythos Beer, Ouzo, and Retsina.. Plenty of Greek music and tours of our historical 200 year old Cathedral. [email protected]  and 215-627-4389

 

Friday, June 2, 2017

 

Saint George Cathedral annual Food Festival at 256 South 8th Street from 11am to midnight FREE. Menu includes lamb shanks, baked chicken, pastitsio, moussaka as well as souvlakia, gyro, spanakopites and other Greek favorites. Lots of homemade desserts including loukoumades, pastries, and koulourakia and drinks —  Frappe, Greek and American coffees, Mythos Beer, Ouzo, and Retsina.. Plenty of Greek music and tours of our historical 200 year old Cathedral. [email protected] and 215-627-4389

 

Saturday, June 3, 2017

 

Saint George Cathedral annual Food Festival at 256 South 8th Street from 11am to midnight FREE. Menu includes lamb shanks, baked chicken, pastitsio, moussaka as well as souvlakia, gyro, spanakopites and other Greek favorites. Lots of homemade desserts including loukoumades, pastries, and koulourakia and drinks —  Frappe, Greek and American coffees, Mythos Beer, Ouzo, and Retsina.. Plenty of Greek music and tours of our historical 200 year old Cathedral. [email protected] and 215-627-4389

 

Sunday, June 4, 2017

 

Saint George Cathedral annual Food Festival at 256 South 8th Street from 11am to 7pm FREE Menu includes lamb shanks, baked chicken, pastitsio, moussaka as well as souvlakia, gyro, spanakopites and other Greek favorites. Lots of homemade desserts including loukoumades, pastries, and koulourakia and drinks —  Frappe, Greek and American coffees, Mythos Beer, Ouzo, and Retsina.. Plenty of Greek music and tours of our historical 200 year old Cathedral. [email protected] and 215-627-4389