However, the safety and well-being of our guests and team members are, and have always been, our main priority and concern. With the advent of COVID-19 we have monitored all California public health orders issued by the State, County, and City and are complying accordingly.
With that in mind, our celebration this year will not take place in August and instead will take the form of a drive thru or “TO-GO” event! A variety of favorites will be prepared, including some new menu items (some we’ve wanted to showcase for a very long time)! Preparations are under way to make this unique approach as seamless as possible.
The new dates will be announced later in the year due to the challenges of social distancing for preparation. Our website (fresnogreekfest.com) will feature details and safety precautions as soon as they are confirmed.
We will be providing updates as they are available.
It’s hard to put into words the spirit and energy of the Fresno Greek Fest, much less describe all that amazing food! But here are some stats that will help tell the story. Last year, at the Fresno Greek Fest:
And that’s just the beginning!
Greek Festival west of the Mississippi that cooks 98% OF ITS FOOD from SCRATCH?
Greek Fest is in August to best approximate the day and night-time
temperatures in Greece – for a much enhanced and authentic experience?
first humans to develop democracy?
of the alphabet we use in English today?
wicker baskets until they were seven years old?
lying on their sides?
in the Roman Empire?
(such as the addition of the tomato after 1500), is about as it has been for over 2000 years?
capita than any other group of people?
all you have to do is follow along?
is estimated at 9,300 miles; America’s coastline is estimated at 11,800 miles. The land area of Greece is slightly smaller than Alabama?
known toy in the world (only the doll is older), and was born over 3,000 years ago in the days of ancient Greece?
Restaurants in Fresno, so that Greek Fest is the ONLY PLACE you can buy authentic Greek Food in town?
and you can taste it at Greek Fest?
languages where the word NO does not have any sort of “”N”” sound?
in it, it is probably Greek?