Greenville, South Carolina – Time for “Opa To Go!” The community of Saint George will celebrate the 34th Annual Greenville Greek Food Festival Friday, Saturday, Sunday, August 28-29-30, 2020 a little differently this year with authentic Greek Food to Go. Come experience authentic Greek food and pastries being offered through our drive-thru Friday and Saturday, 11am -7pm and Sunday, 11am – 3pm. Choose from three delicious combination plates featuring traditional favorites … Athenian Chicken, Pastichio, or Moussaka as your entrée and everyone’s favorite--Gyros! Then enjoy homemade Greek pastries featuring baklava, koulourakia, kourambiedes or a combination assortment. You will be treated to the same authentic Greek food as in years past.

The drive-thru will now be in the Church parking lot on the grounds of the Saint George. Entrance will be from Academy Street into the lower parking lot with exit onto Townes Street.

Order from the comfort and safety of your car. Ordering and pick-up will be on-site only. No pre-orders will be accepted.

Saint George Parish President, Harry Zolides, states “We are dedicated to continuing the tradition of coming together to share our hospitality and culture with the surrounding community. The annual Greek Festival has become a Greenville tradition. We understand the challenges facing everyone in 2020 and believe in the importance of hosting this tradition now more than ever by offering a taste of Greece.”

The Saint George Greek Orthodox Church was established in Greenville, SC in 1936. The members of the Saint George Greek Orthodox Community established successful businesses throughout Upstate South Carolina. The first Greek Festival was held in 1987 to share their ethnic, cultural and spritual culture with the community that has been so welcoming to our members over the years. This joyous tradition has continued for 34 years and will continue for many years to come. We welcome you and your family to come and experience this taste of Greece.