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St. Katherine Church Hosts Taste of Greece Drive-Thru in Naples, FL

NAPLES, FL – St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, 7100 Airport Road North at Orange Blossom in Naples, will offer a weekly Taste of Greece Drive-Thru each Friday in October, commencing Friday, October 9, from Noon to 7 PM.

Tasty offerings include gyros with fries, Greek salads with a choice of chicken or shrimp, spanakopita, and a complete roast leg of lamb dinner. Favorite Greek desserts such as baklava also will be available. The complete menu and price list is available online: www.stkatherine.net.

Contactless delivery right to your car makes it safe and easy – just pop the trunk and go. All major credit cards are accepted; proceeds benefit St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church.

Call ahead to order 239-591-3430 x302 and start your weekly trip to Greece every Friday in October.

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