St. Augustine Greek Festival
This annual festival combines history, faith and food to create a flavorful salute to St. Augustine’s enduring Greek heritage.
In 1768, the first Greek Orthodox pioneers in the New World arrived south of St. Augustine and later sought refuge at the Avero House on St. George Street – a beautiful structure now known as the St. Photios Greek Orthodox National Shrine. Today, the beautiful Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of St. Augustine serves as the present and future of the faith. Located at 2940 County Road 214, the church is the location of this year’s always popular St. Augustine Greek Festival.
Greek To Go Festival, October 8 & 9, 2021
This year, the Festival is “Greek to Go” featuring delicious handmade delicacies created by church members. Baklava, moussaka, pastitsio, souvlaki, gyros, Greek salads and tantalizing deserts are available for online ordering. Pickup is then available from 3-7 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Plus, guided tours of the church are available during pickup hours. For full details and menu, go to www.staugustinegreekfestival.com