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38th Annual Greek Festival

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RICHMOND, VA. (WTVR): Hungry? Then plan a trip to the 38th Annual Greek Festival. It's a day to experience the Greek Culture without leave the River City. The menu includes Moussaka, Yahni (Grecian green beans), Pilaf herb rice, Tiropita (cheese pie), Dolmades (stuffed grapes leaves), Gyros, Spanakopita, Baklava, assorted pastries, Calamari, Pork & Chicken Souvlaki and topped off with Greek Wine, dancing, music, a raffle and overall  good time.

And if you don't feel like standing in the lines for your food you can always do the drive thru. Food prices start at $3 and go up to $15 for a carry out meal or a sit down under the tents. Festival hours are Friday & Saturday, 11am - 10pm and on Sunday, noon - 7pm at Saints Constantine and Helen's Greek Orthodox Cathedral at 30 Malvern Avenue in Richmond. The festival also benefits Linc, Elijah House Academy, Friends and Coordinators Inc. For a full menu detail visit