Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
Spokane, Washington

Greek Dinner Festival
2014

Festival Photos



Holy Trinity Home
Who we are...
What we believe...
Where to find us...
When we meet...
Why it matters...
 
Parish Events
Parish Calendar
Photos
Sermons

Български
Bulgarian

Ελληνικά
Greek

Русский
Russian

Српски
Serbian



The 79th Annual
Greek Dinner Festival

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

   
September 25, 26, & 27
Loukoumades man
Greek  Pastry, Taverna,
Dancing and Deli


Pastry available daily from 11 AM
Dinner served 4:30 - 8:00
Dine in or carry out
Tickets in advance: $12 adults
$6 under age 12
At the door: $15 adults
Lunch menu at 11 AM - 2 PM daily
Souvlaki at the Grill nightly from 4:30
           

Advance tickets will be available in September at:

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
1703 N. Washington St, Spokane  509-328-9310
(during Festival preparations)

City Ramp Parking Garage
430 W. 1st Ave, Spokane  509-624-1313

Arger Real Estate
300 N. Mullen Rd, Suite 204, Spokane  509-926-5311

Olympia Restaurant
301 E. Lakeside Avenue, Coeur d'Alene  208-666-9495

Santorini Restaurant
4055 N. Government Way, Coeur d'Alene  208-676-0401

Barlows Restaurant
1400 N. Meadowwood Lane, Liberty Lake  509-924-1446

Dining Room (lower level)                
Our menu features Beef Kapama, beef braised to perfection
in an authentically Greek spiced tomato sauce –
a parish favorite. Our imported Greek orzo pasta, tossed
with browned butter and myzithra cheese, is true Greek
“comfort food.”                     
If you didn't  purchase your dinner tickets in advance, you can buy them in the main floor of the hall. Kali orexi! Good appetite!

Baskets of Joy   A raffle with a choice! Buy as many
tickets as you want for as many of the different theme
baskets as catch your fancy!

Greek Deli & Boutique   Greek cheeses, olives, appetizers,
and import items. Try the Kasseri cheese – it’s delicious! And we have pans of cabbage rolls and pastitsio (the Greek improvement on lasagne) available frozen to take home!

Greek Pastry Booth   Let us show you the many ways
we can transform honey, nuts, butter, eggs and spices
into delectable morsels!

Dinners to Go   If you’re in a hurry, our complete meal
is available from our outdoor take-out tent.
(You may use your dinner ticket here, or just pay at the counter.)

Grill   Greek shish-kebabs (“souvlakia”) grilled and
“baptized” in our special lemon and herb marinade.
Also Greek salads and vegetarian plates. 
(You may also exchange your dinner tickets for grill items.)

Lunch   Served daily 11 AM - 2 PM at the grill. Gyro sandwiches, choice of soup and salad. 

Taverna   Wine and beer are available daily from 11 AM with Greek appetizers.

Loukoumades   Deep-fried puffs of dough drizzled
with honey and sprinkled with cinnamon. Perfect with
coffee on an autumn evening. And this is the place to get baklava sundaes!

Kafeneon   Authentic Greek coffee – something no
espresso stand can match! Single pastries available to enjoy a quiet spot amid the swirl of activity.

Greek Dancing   By our “Opa” dancers. “Opa” is
Greek for yippee! yahoo! – you’ll see why!

Book Store   With Orthodox books and religious items.

Church tours   Experience a traditional ancient Christian
place of worship. Have a question? Just ask!

(Donations to the Connie Prekeges Foundation to provide funding for children with cancer to attend summer camp may be made at www.prekegesfoundation.org.)


Festival Photos 
Click a picture to view a larger image.
Making baklava
Making baklava for the Greek Dinner Festival
Young baklava makers
Baklava makers both young...
Young baklava maker
...and young at heart
Diples dough Making the dough for diples
Rolling out the diples Rolling out the diples dough
Frying the diples Frying the diples

Greek imports and deli
Greek imports &deli
Greek cooking demonstrations
Baskets of Joy raffle
"Baskets of Joy" raffle
Souvlakia on the grill
Souvlakia on the grill

souvlaki and salads al fresco
Souvlaki and salads
al fresco
It's not all work & no play
Even the Festival workers get up and dance
The diners dig in downstairs...
Diners dig in downstairs...
...while the Opa! Dancers perform outside