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St. Katherine Church Hosts the Taste of Greece Drive Thru Feb. 25-26, Mar. 4-5

February 15, 2022

NAPLES, FL – St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, 7100 Airport Road North at Orange Blossom in Naples, once again offers their popular Taste of Greece Drive Thru starting Friday, February 25 and Saturday, February 26, noon-7 PM, and Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5.

Tasty menu items include spanakopita, large Greek salads plain or with chicken or shrimp; lamb or chicken gyros, Grecian Fries, the delicious leg of lamb or lamb shank dinner, and the fabulous Shrimp Santorini dinner. Both dinners come with rice pilaf and Greek-style Green Beans. For dessert, the ever-popular baklava, kök – a Greek chocolate-covered pastry – or Greek-style rice pudding will satisfy your sweet tooth.

Taste of Greece will once again, by popular demand, offer Take and Bake items which include the spanakopita tray of 48 pieces and the tiropita tray of 48, and the moussaka tray and pastitsio tray, each serving 8. These may also be frozen for future enjoyment. For a complete, updated menu and price list, visit www.stkatherine.net.

To place your advance order, call ahead the week of the event on Wednesday and Thursday from 10 AM-3 PM, and Friday and Saturday from 10 AM-5 PM: 239-276-4355 or 239-276-5759. Please do not call the church office. Please specify a pick-up time when ordering ahead. All major credit cards are accepted.

Safe, contactless delivery right to your car makes it easy – just pop the trunk and go. All proceeds benefit the St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church.

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