The Greenville Greek Food Festival Is Drive-Through Style This Year

On its 34th year, The Annual Greenville Greek Food Festival is going to look a little different this year! 

The “Opa To Go” event that’s scheduled to take place on August 28-30 is transitioning to a to-go model in accordance with the social distancing protocols.

The drive-through will be set up on Elford Street, with the entrance from Townes Street.

“Our community is dedicated to continuing the tradition of coming together and sharing our culture with our visitors,” said Harry Zolides. “The annual Greek Festival has become a Greenville tradition and has grown to be one of the largest outdoor events in the Upstate.”

The drive-through will be open on August 28, Friday, and 29, Saturday from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and on August 30, Sunday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

One can choose from three entree options: Athenian Chicken, Pastichio, or Moussaka. Gyros and homemade Greek pastries, including baklava, koulourakia, and kourambiedes, will also be available.

The drive-through won’t accept pre-orders. Ordering and pick-up will be available on-site only.

For more information on the event, click here.

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