Sunday, June 03, 2007

Go Greek on Schermerhorn Street

[Photo courtesy Runs Brooklyn/flickr]

It's time again for the Annual Greek Festival on Schermerhorn Street starting tomorrow, June 4. The festival, which is the 30th Annual edition, runs through June 10. It's at Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Brooklyn, which is located at 64 Schermerhorn between Court Street & Boerum Place. Times are Monday-Thursday 11am-9pm,
Friday 11am-1am, Saturday 1pm-1am and Sunday 1pm-4pm

Here's some of the festival verbiage:
This 7-day event, features your favorite homemade Greek foods and pastries. While enjoying your meal, you will be entertained
by our warm and friendly atmosphere. Shop in our Specialty Greek Foods section, or in our Marketplace. Our A. Fantis Greek Dance Group will perform live, traditional dances on
Friday afternoon, evening and Saturday night. Enjoy a wonderful evening while a DJ provides lively music on Friday and Saturday nights, under the stars in downtown Brooklyn! Raffles, games for the kids, scrumptious cocktails. Bring your family, friends, co-workers to this one week only event!
There you have it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

My husband and I were taking a bike ride and stumbled upon the Greek Festival last night. The food was fresh & delicious, and reasonably priced. Enjoyed the Greek music too.

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