Drive-Thru Edition of Raleigh Greek Festival Set for October

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This year’s 39th Raleigh Greek Festival will be a drive-thru event. Organizers released more info about the event this week, including dates, times, and menu items. The festival is located at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (5000 Lead Mine Road, Raleigh, and it runs Oct. 1-3. Time slots are currently set at Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m., and Sunday, noon-8 p.m.

Food is available in dinner, pastry, and a la carte formats, and a portion of the proceeds goes to Habitat for Humanity of Wake County. Dinner options include Over Roasted Lamb Shank, Chicken Riganato, Moussaka, Pastitsio, and Spanakopita. Lamb burgers, pizza, salads, and gyros are available a la carte. A robust pastry menu includes the beloved baklava, Galaktoboureko, Kataifi, and almond cookies, among others. Organizers describe the options as “authentic Greek food prepared by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church family using recipes handed down for generations.”

More info can be found on the festival’s site. For other info for other Triangle festivals ahead, head here

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