Greek Festival 2013, Tulsa’s Oldest Ethnic Festival
September 19-21, 2013
Greek festival guests can build their own Greek dinner from home-cooked items such as chargrilled chicken or pork shish kabob, gyros sandwich, calamari and any items listed below!
- Lamb Dinner $15.00
Delicately seasoned roasted lamb served on a bed of Greek rice pilaf with Greek style green beans and tsatziki sauce. Enjoy a prepared meal or build your own.
- Souvlaki (sue-vlah-kee) (shish kabob) $6.00
Skewered pork OR chicken marinated in our special seasoning and grilled to perfection; served on a bed of Greek rice pilaf. A Greek Holiday tradition served at every Tulsa Greek festival for 51 years!
- Gyros (yee-ros) sandwich (traditional style) $6.00
Succulent marinated meat, sliced and served on a pita with sliced onions, tomatoes, and topped with tsatziki sauce (creamy Greek sauce made fresh from cucumbers, yogurt, and garlic)
- Calamari (kah-lah-mah-ree) $5.00
Greek-style fried squid
- Greek Salad $6.00
Fresh greens topped with feta cheese, Kalamata olives, tomatoes, pepperoncinis, and seasoned with a Greek olive oil and oregano dressing
- Potatoes Riganata $4.00
Potato wedges baked in lemon juice and olive oil and seasoned with oregano
- Rice pilaf (side order) $3.00
Greek-style, of course
- Green beans $3.00
Slowly simmered in tomato sauce and onions
- Spanakopita $1.00
Spinach, feta cheese and spices stuffed in flaky, buttery filo dough, and baked to perfection
- Tiropita $1.00
An intricate Greek feta cheese mixture, wrapped and baked in buttery filo dough
Taverna – Beverages
To rinse the taste of garlic and oregano that accents many Greek foods at Greek Festival, there will be Pepsi soft drinks, Greek wine, bottled water, and beer in the taverna.
Only at Tulsa’s Greek Festival can you enjoy EPSA Drinks, a carbonated non-alcoholic beverage imported from Greece — available in three flavors: lemonade (lemonada), orange (portokolada), and sour cherry (visinida).
Featuring: Mataxa Ouzo!