The 31st annual Marietta Greek Festival takes place at the Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church from May 14-16, 2021.  The event celebrates Greek traditions, culture and delicious Greek food.

“Opa To Go” Drive-Thru

This year, enjoy your favorite homemade Greek goodies, music, dancing, and atmosphere as you make your way around the parking lot – experiencing the beauty of the Greek culture, all from the safety of your car.

A wide variety of Greek food will be available for purchase, including favorites such as Chicken Oreganato (Greek-style chicken), Souvlaki (pork tenderloin kebabs), Keftedes (Greek-style meatballs), Dolmades (seasoned ground beef & rice wrapped in grapevine leaves), Spanakopita (spinach & feta cheese pie with a flaky filo crust), gyro wrap (seasoned beef or marinated chicken, grilled & served on pita bread, topped with Tzatziki sauce), and numerous other Greek foods as well as a kids menu featuring hot dog and chips, kids chicken oreganato or kids keftedes. Sampler and combo platters are also available, and beverage choices include soft drinks, bottled water, wine, beer, greek beer, ouzo (grapes distilled with aromatic seeds such as anise, coriander and fennel), and metaxa (a blend of brandy and wine).

Greek Festival FoodBe sure to save room for dessert which includes almond crescents, baklava, chocolate baklava, galatoboureko, kourabiethes, koulourakia, rizogalo, karithopita, diples, floyeres, kataifi, baklava sundae and greek cream puffs. Can’t make up your mind, then try the dessert sampler which includes a variety of festival favorites.Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church

Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church
3431 Trickum Road
Marietta, Georgia 30066

The 2021 “Opa To Go” drive-thru has no admission fee.

Dates and Times:
May 14, 2021 from 4 pm to 8 pm
May 15, 2021 from 11 am to 8 pm
May 16, 2021 from 11 am to 5 pm

For more information, please call (770) 924-8080.



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