Learn about Greek culture, hear traditional music and sample delectable Georgian, Romanian and Russian dishes and at the ... More
Greek Food Festival
Learn about Greek culture, hear traditional music and sample delectable Georgian, Romanian and Russian dishes and at the annual Greek Food Festival. Each year, Little Rock's Greek community offers its culture to the public. Participants enjoy watching traditional dances, and sampling exotic flavors, such as gyros, souvlaki, feta-cheese pizza and mouth-watering, handmade desserts. Some Greek-made products are also for sale, such as religious figurines, clothing and rugs. Tours of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church are offered at scheduled times each day. Admission is free.
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