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Fresno Greek Street Food Night on October 2

FRESNO, CA – The Greek Street Food Night hosted by St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 2219 N. Orchard in Fresno, takes place Saturday, October 2, Noon-9 PM, on the community’s patio.

Enjoy some outdoor fun with music, kids area, and a selection of classic Greek street food items including gyros, souvlaki, feta fries, Greek salad, frappe, ice cream and loukoumades along with a variety of favorite bar beverages from the community’s Greek taverna. No tickets or pre-orders needed, just bring your appetite and enjoy great food, drinks, and desserts served a la carte on the shaded patio.

The community expressed its thanks for the love and support it received during the 2020-2021 Greek Fest To-Go drive-thru series, noting that they “are so excited to finally be able to welcome you back to our outdoor patio!”

More information is available by phone: 559-233-0397 and online: https://fresnogreekfest.com.

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