Tremont Greek Fest - Cleveland

5.) Tremont Greek Fest (revisited) – Cleveland – May 28, 2016

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AUTHOR’S NOTE: I first attended the Tremont Greek Fest in 2011, which you can read about HERE.

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We returned to Tremont’s Annunciation Church…

…to celebrate the Tremont Greek Fest.

In the hall, festival goers shopped among the booths in small pockets…

…or along the walls of the dining hall.

Here in the dining hall, the tables were fairly filled…

…with people who had ventured off to various food stations…

…and brought back some delicious homemade cooking.

The food was fairly expensive, costing $41 for the two plates above, with moussaka costing $10 per square…

…but, for the record, it was delicious…

…as were the various desserts from the pastry table.

Outside, the back area wasn’t yet lively.

Although there was a tent for those who wanted to eat outside…

…a kids’ area with games and lemonade…

…as well as some additional food (the smelts were gone)…

…a bar…

…and even more vendors…

…the music entertainment wouldn’t start until later that day.

The same was true about the indoor dancing entertainment and the church tours (the church doors were locked when we tried).

But, if the food is your main attraction, lunchtime does flow rather smoothly and is worth coming for.

You could always come back in the evening for more food and to test your dancing shoes.

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