Summer Loading, a Greek Pop-up Experience on June 4 in New York City

NEW YORK – Summer Loading, a Greek pop-up experience produced by Yia Mas and The Akia Shop, is an experiential event showcasing Greek and Greek-American brands, designers, chefs, live music, and more on Saturday, June 4, 12-6 PM, at 14 East 60th Street between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue in Manhattan.

Get ready for summer with items such as sandals and Greek products to stock your pantry. Enjoy a cooking demonstration with chef and cookbook author Eleni Saltas and cocktails with Otto’s Athens Vermouth, Stray Dog Wild Gin, and Skinos Mastiha Spirit. A photo booth will also be available for photos in incredible traditional Greek costumes. Bouzouki music by Konstantinos Revelas and Tommy Kavounidis.

Summer Loading will transport you to Greek summer, even if just for the afternoon! Stop by for guest appearances, demonstrations, tastings, and other surprises throughout the day at this free event.

More information is available online: https://bit.ly/3akiJnG.


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