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Good Greek Eats - Greater Phoenix Greek Festival

mamamia Oct 6, 2006 04:32 PM

Mark your calendars! I'm a slave to this festival every year. I walk out with a bag of baklava and I'm a happy girl. This will be the second year(not in a row!) that I get to attend pregnant - LET THE EATING BEGIN!!!

October 13-15
Holy Trinity Church
1973 E. Maryland

http://www.holytrinityphx.org/pages.a...

  1. tattud_gurl Oct 9, 2006 01:29 PM

    OH YEAH! I'll be there Friday night! I can't wait! All I do is eat! (and look at the men)
    WHOOHOO!!!!!

    1. DriverPhil Oct 8, 2006 05:57 PM

      Those are Loukoumades. Our favorite too, glad to hear that we will find those at the festival.

      Thanks for the meeting tip!

      1. mamamia Oct 7, 2006 09:52 PM

        We'll be there Saturday night. I find baklava only has maximum impact on your hips if you take it home and eat it late at night. :D

        Phil - If I were meeting people, I would tell them to meet me at one of the large planters/seats just beyond the front entrance..right in front of the community center doors.

        This is my annual enjoyment of {little dough balls in honey} - I don't know the name. They are at the back of the festival and oh so good when they're nice and hot.

        1. geg5150 Oct 7, 2006 05:16 PM

          We'll be there too!

          It's pretty busy and chaotic. I think your best bet it to meet at the front entrance and pay and go in together. We always bring a blanket to stake a spot out on the ground. Seating can be tough, particularly for a group of 4 or more.

          Have a great time! Opa!

          1. DriverPhil Oct 7, 2006 05:03 PM

            We're going Saturday afternoon, our first time. Is there a good spot to meet friends there that also have never been to the Festival?

            1. silverbear Oct 6, 2006 08:46 PM

              Thanks for the reminder. Holy Trinity is within walking distance of my house, but I have still managed to miss this event in recent years. I really have no excuse. My wife is also pregnant, so perhaps the baklava cravings will compel us to show up this year.

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                Kam7185 Oct 6, 2006 08:35 PM

                So where is the BEST saganaki in town anyway?

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