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Enjoy Greek delicacies such as Baklava, Kataifi, Melomakarona, Amigdalota, Tsourekia (Greek Easter Bread), Rice Pudding and much, much more. Take some home, they freeze well!
For your convenience, please note that Mastercard, VISA and Discover credit cards are accepted at many festival booths.
(bah-klah-VA) – Baklava Cheesecake is such a fun twist on the traditional Greek dessert. With all the flavors of cinnamon, honey and walnuts, it’s a fun way to mix together two delicious desserts into one!
Flaky filo dough swirled with butter and walnuts.
(tsou-REK-ya) – A sweet egg bread that is the traditional bread of Greek Easter.
(bah-klah-VA) – Chopped walnuts and cinnamon-sugar between layers of pastry dough, baked to a golden brown and drenched with a honey syrup.
(ga-lak-to-BOOR-ree-ko) – Delicately flavored custard baked in fillo pastry topped with a delicate syrup.
(kou-ram-BEH-des) – Light buttered cookies sprinkled with confectionery sugar that melt in your mouth.
(melo-ma-KA-rona) – Honey dipped butter cookies with cinnamon and nuts.
(ka-ta-EE-fee) – A pastry, containing chopped nuts wrapped in a shredded dough, brushed with melted butter, baked, and smothered with a honey syrup.
(a-MIG-da-lo-ta) – Almond sweets made from honey, almonds, flour, water and sugar
(kou-lou-RA-kia) – A buttery twisted shortbread cookie.
(PAS-tes) – Three layers of Grecian cake, two layers of whipped cream, assorted fruit & chocolate flavors.