Prices and Options Subject to Change as we Prepare for the 2019 Festival
Athenian Roasted Chicken – $10 – One-half chicken, seasoned with oregano, lemon, and olive oil.
Souvlaki – $13 – Shish-kebab with lamb, onions, and green peppers, served on a skewer with Greek seasonings.
Mousaka – $10 – Layers of eggplant, potato, and ground beef, topped with a bechamel sauce.
Pastitsio – $10 – Layers of baked pasta and ground beef, with grated cheese, in a creme sauce.
Spanakopita – $10 – Spinach with feta cheese, in layers of filo dough.
Gyro – $7.50 – Classic Greek Sandwich: Thinly sliced beef topped with chopped tomato, onions, lettuce, and “tzatziki” (a savory sauce made with cucumber, garlic, and dill), wrapped in a pita bread.
Vegetarian Gyro – $6.50
All dinners are served with rice, Greek salad, and roll.
A la Carte
Mousaka – $7 – Layers of eggplant, potato, and ground beef, topped with a bechamel sauce.
Pastitsio – $7 – Layers of baked pasta and ground beef, with grated cheese, in a creme sauce.
Spanakopita – $7 – Spinach with feta cheese, in layers of filo dough.
Greek Salad – $3
Rice – $2
Appetizers (available in Taverna)
Dolmathes (dol-MAH-thes) – $4 – Grape leaves stuffed with rice and ground beef, pita bread and tzatziki sauce.
Pizza – $3
Baklava (bak-lah-VAH) – $2.00 – Our most popular pastry! Buttered filo dough layered with finely chopped walnuts & spices, baked until delicately crisp and golden. While warm, the baklava is covered with a honey syrup.
Diples (THEE-ples) – $3.00 – Folded layers of filo fried and then topped with honey, cinnamon, and walnuts.
Finikia (fee-NEE-kyah) – $1.00 – These honey-soaked, cake-like cookies are baked until richly browned, moist and fragrant with spices.
Karidopita (car-ee-THO-pee-ta) – $1.25 – Walnut cake with a cherry garnish.
Kourambiethes (koo-ram-BYEH-thess) – $1.25 – These exquisite shortbread cookies will melt in your mouth! Made with fresh, unsalted, sweet butter and vanilla. After baking they are powdered with sugar. These are often called “wedding cookies”.
Kataifi (ka-ta-EE-fee) – $2.50 – This eye-appealing dessert is made with shredded filo dough, filled with spices and finely chopped walnuts. A honey syrup is poured over the cake to flavor and keep it moist.
Flogeres (flo-YEH-ress) – $2.00 – “Athenian delight” – A nut roll made with walnuts wrapped in filo dough, dipped in honey syrup, and chocolate garnish.
Loukoumades (loo-koo-MAH-thess) – $3.00 – These honey puffs are made from a very light yeast dough, dropped by the spoonful in hot oil, dipped in honey syrup, and sprinkled with cinnamon and ground walnuts. Served in batches of 6. Available at the Loukoumades booth.
Baklava Sundae – $4 – Vanilla ice cream topped with crushed baklava.
Soda – $1
Bottled Water – $1
Greek Coffee – $3
Frappe – $3 – Greek iced coffee
Beer – $4 – Mythos
Red Wine –
Achia Clauss Domestica – $6
Mavrodaphne of Patras – $6
Skouras St. George – $7
White Wine –
Retsina Loukz – $5
Nasiokos Mochefilero – $6
Lyrarakas Assyrtico – $7
Ouzo – The famous licorice-flavored aperitif.
Metaxa Brand – $5
“12” – $6
Metaxa – $5 – Greek cognac.
Please keep alcoholic beverages within the Taverna.
You must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcoholic beverages.