The 25th Anniversary of our Festival!

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Bring your appetites and your dancing shoes – It’s time for the 25th annual Mid-Cities Greek Food Fest! Greek food will be served all day on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The festival also has music, dancing and a large children’s play area.

Admission and parking are free all weekend.

Sample the Santorini lamb chop, a gyro sandwich, some saganaki (flaming cheese), and spinach pie. Thirsty? Try our famous Ouzo slushy or a glass of Retsina or Mavrodaphne wine. Complete the meal with some authentic Greek coffee and a baklava sundae. Attend our cooking demos showcasing many of the recipes used at the festival.

Bringing the kids? Check out our Children’s Center with games, face painting and crafts as well as a photo booth. Take a chance to win a 55-inch Curve TV, a basket of area restaurant gift cards or four tickets to the 2017 Texas Rangers Opening Day.

Finally, don’t miss the pride of our festival – our Greek dance troupe which will perform throughout each day. They will be happy to teach you to dance too!

A note from Fr. Vasile Tudora:

Dear Friends,

It is again my great pleasure to welcome you at our Mid-Cities Greek Fest. This year is a special one as we celebrate a quarter of a century since a handful of dedicated people started this festival of sharing that steadily grew into what you are accustomed with today.

Our festival could not be possible without all the people that kept it up all his years and diligently worked long volunteer hours to make it happen. A great thank you to all these wonderful generations of organizers, fundraisers, cooks, servers, dancers, singers, attendants, vendors and many, many others that proudly shared their heritage with you.

But none of these would have been viable without you, our guests that year after year have supported our efforts and have come to enjoy what we have to offer: our Church, our history, our music and dances, our food and our generally positive attitude towards life that we call “Kefi.”

So this year once again we are happy to be together with you to put our kefi on and forget for a few days of the drag of life and fly together on the sunny shores of the Mediterranean!

Fr. Vasile Tudora