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St. Katherine’s Taste of Greece Drive-Thru Is Back

February 15, 2021

NAPLES, FL – St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church, Airport Road North and Orange Blossom in Naples, once again offers their popular Taste of Greece Drive Thru on four dates only, starting Friday, February 19, noon-7 PM. Other Friday dates are February 26, March 5, and March 12.

Tasty menu items include: spanakopita; Greek salads plain or with either chicken or shrimp; lamb or chicken gyros with fries; the delicious leg of lamb dinner; and new this time, the fabulous Shrimp Santorini dinner. Both dinners come with rice and Greek-style Green Beans. Desserts include the ever-popular baklava and Kök, a Greek chocolate pastry.

Taste of Greece will once again, by popular demand, offer their Take and Bake items which include trays of spanakopita and tiropita with 48 pieces each, and trays of moussaka and pastitsio, each serving 8-12. These may also be frozen for future enjoyment. The complete updated menu and price list is available online: www.stkatherine.net.

To place your advance order, call ahead on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10 AM-3 PM, and Friday, 10 AM-6 PM: 239-276-4355 or 239-276-5759.

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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