170. Nashville Greek Festival

365 Days of Music City

September 6-8 at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. The Nashville Greek Festival celebrates their 26th anniversary this year. There’s a reason it’s been around this long. It’s fantastic. Greek culture, music, dance, jewelry, clothes, gifts. You can even tour the church. It’s gorgeous inside and out. Watch talented Greek dancers and join in to learn a few steps. And the food! Oh, the food. Tiropita, Spanikopita, Dolmades, Gyros, Mousaka, Pastichio, Greek beer, Greek coffee. And, of course, there are the baked goods. Try some while you’re there. Take some home. Baklava, Loukoumades, Kataiffi, Koulourakia, Amglydota, Tsoureki. Try them all. You will not regret it. Well, if you try them all while you’re there, you might regret it. But that’s why you can take some home. And this year, you can even pre-order! The Nashville Greek Festival is a Nashville tradition. And a tasty one at that.
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About Kristen Chapman Gibbons

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